Today we bring you a farmworker perspective. “I am Honduran” We want you to know that this program is extremely important and special to us and has been very useful. The climatic changes, the diet, and the work causes abnormal reactions that frequently make the human body ill. The attention that you give us with such kindness is worthy of recognition; we are very satisfied with it. Every visit… read more »
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Every year we celebrate National Farmworker Awareness Week. While we feel it is important to become more knowledgable about farmworkers lives, work and health throughout the year, we also like to take part of a nationwide effort to spread the word about what is happening in our own state of Maine. We hope that this week can bring awareness and a glimpse of the work that MMHP does, as well… read more »
In a few weeks, the movie, After I Pick the Fruit- The Lives of Migrant Women will be screened in Maine. We are very excited to be a sponsor alongside The Apple Farm, Lakeside Orchards, Colby College International Club, Railroad Square Cinema, and the Economic Justice Committee of First Congregational Church in Waterville. The screening will be held at Railroad Square Cinema (17 Railroad Square, Waterville) on Saturday, February 16,… read more »
The Maine Migrant Health Program has been busy getting ready for a new type of technology that will help providers on the mobile clinics provide a better and more complete service. To know more about this exciting news, read this article!