Health is our greatest asset. If we become ill, then everything that was once important suddenly seems unimportant to us - this is being made very clear to us again, especially now, in the context of the corona pandemic.
The fourth edition of "Aristo Camina", an initiative sponsored by Aristo Pharma Iberia and the NGO "Farmacéuticos Sin Fronteras España" (FSFE), in this case also supported by the Spanish Society of Rural Pharmacy (SEFAR), has managed to raise a total of 15,800 euros for a non-profit project this year.
Aristo Camina is a corporate social responsibility programme in which 200 pharmacies were involved in addition to Aristo Pharma Iberia. In Spain, employees went on a historic pilgrimage from Guadalupe to Cáceres on the Portuguese border and visit pharmacies for a good cause. For every kilometre walked and every pharmacy visited, Aristo Pharma Iberia donated a sum of money. As in previous years, the final donation went to Pharmacists without Borders project. This year's project supports the Teresa Rodón medical centre in Mlolongo (Kenya) with medicines, services and training programmes.