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The Andean Rural Health Care (Consejo de Salud Rural Andino) is a non-governmental organization that specializes in administering health networks and it offers services in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating health projects with a family and community-based model. The organization, known by its Census Based Impact Oriented Methodology, was founded in 1983 by Duke University and Johns Hopkins University graduate Henry Perry III, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. and Alice Weldon, Ph.D. The organization’s work was based in Bolivia since its foundation but after several years it expanded its services to Haiti, Liberia and Guatemala with a name changed, Curamericas Global, Inc. Currently, Consejo de Salud Rural Andino in Bolivia has its headquarters in the city of La Paz, a regional office in El Alto and a regional office in the city of Montero.