The CAMO model was designed by founder Kathryn Tschiegg, after her experience in Peace Corps. During her service, she witnessed the daily loss of an incredible number of infants due to the lack of basic life-saving resources available in Central America. CAMO’s initial focus was to provide equipment, supplies and education to Honduran doctors and nurses so they would have the tools to save lives. As a result, an average of 150 infants per year go home alive in their parents’ arms instead of resting in wooden boxes. From CAMO’s first program, 18 other programs have branched off, bringing services to meet the needs that otherwise would not have been met. Please help CAMO to meet these needs and save lives.