On International Women’s Day, Fundacíon BAI took action alongside ally organizations and the City of Merida.
On World Condom Day 2017 last week, Fundación BAI did the thing they do best: Administer free HIV tests and educate the public about safe sex.
On her 102nd birthday, Martina Dzib Xuluc has a birthday present for the rest of us: her secret for a long life.
A $1 million grant has been awarded to Michigan State University academic to build a Zika-fighting mosquito facility in Yucatán.
A 20-year-old Yucatecan epilepsy patient, and her caregiver parents, hope that Mexico’s legislature will continue advancing a bill to legalize medical marijuana.
Penalties for non-compliance with a new anti-mosquito law start with warning, then a fine, seizing the property, and even 36 hours in police custody.
Cremation rates have nearly doubled in one year as cemetery space has become increasingly rare in Mérida.
Yucatán state ranks fifth in confirmed Zika cases this year, with 70 new cases confirmed in the last week. Most are pregnant women undergoing routine testing for the virus.
The four intersections around the Plaza Grande have been fitted with audible traffic signals to help visually impaired pedestrians cross safely.
So what exactly do Fundacion BAI’s Medical Student Volunteers do? This video brings the answer into focus.