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Casita de Mausi is a non-profit hospice and care facility in Panama City, Republic of Panama. It is devoted to providing care and lodging free of charge for low-income cancer patients who come from the Interior of the country. Without assistance these patients would not have the ability to travel the distances of up to eight hours in order to receive the superior oncology treatment available in the urban center.

Casa Mausi provides a comfortable and caring environment in which to stay. The patients receive on-site medical care, transportation to treatment facilities, as well as recreation and emotional therapy to ease the strain of their illness and being far from family. As demonstrated in the video, this loving support helps each patient make their way through what can be a personally devastating experience.

The pandemic has drastically decreased annual fund-raising, thus monetary assistance is very much appreciated. Donations can be made to the Centre County UNA PayPal account. This is the first in what we hope will become a series of "Stories of Hope" highlighting how individuals and organizations are reaching out to help one another in difficult times.

We hope to publish these stories on our website via our blog and on Facebook. The stories can be video or audio files, short stories, or poems, short blog posts, or art works. If you have an idea for a story and would like to submit it please use our Google form. Denice Rodaniche, UNA-CC Board of Directors.

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Please join us as we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and celebrate its past accomplishments, discuss its present initiatives, and look ahead to a vibrant future.

Our program is available at the UNA-Centre County website

  • Introductory Remarks: Robert Lumley-Sapanski, Chapter President:

  • Videos: 75 years of UNA – USA and United Nations

  • UN DAY Proclamation: Michael Pipe, Centre County Commissioner: Proclamation UN Day

  • Greeting and comments on global health challenges especially in Covid-19 time: Brian Massa, United Nations Foundation: Speaks about Shot@Life, their program to get children life saving vaccines.

  • H.E. Ambassador Prof Judi Wakhungu: “The United Nations at 75: Reflecting on our Global Commitment to Multilateralism.”

  • 2020 Make-a-Difference Project: Shot@Life

  • Closing Comments: Bob Lumley Sapanski

· Celebration Song by the Playing for Change Foundation Children

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