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Friends of PAMS Auxiliary


The Friends of PAMS Auxiliary (PAMS Auxiliary) membership is open to all PAMS members, family members and supporters of PAMS.

The Auxiliary was organized on July 4, 1984 at the 11th Annual Convention of PAMS in Arequipa, Peru, and it exists to assist in achieving the goals of PAMS and to sponsor projects that will improve the health and quality of life for Peruvian citizens.
The Annual Meeting of Auxiliary takes place during the PAMS Convention, and at that time, a local charity is provided with assistance. Past Auxiliary projects have focused on the need of orphans to be able to lead productive lives, providing for women and infants in healthcare settings, and setting up and supporting programs for handicapped children.  

 Join the Friends of PAMS Auxiliary

For more information contact:    
Anita Soluna, Friends of PAMS Auxiliary President |


Friends of PAMS Auxiliary Board of Directors


Anita Soluna

Past President

Dr. Bertha Mera

President Elect



Dr. Paola Huaynate


Astrid Valdivieso

Thank you for your contribution to the Friends of PAMS Auxiliary


Make your Donation HERE

Your donation will help us to continue providing assistance to destitute children, elderly and families in need in Perú.