Jennifer Lopez Donates Telemedicine Equipment to Hospitals in Panama
Jennifer Lopez donated telemedicine equipment to seven hospitals in Panama on the eve of starting her world tour. At a ceremony held in the State Children’s Hospital—attended by First Lady Marta Linares and the Health Minister Franklin Vergara—Lopez said that, ”As a parent, my kids are most important to me and have this foundation that provides medical assistance to families. Children are truly a blessing.”
The singer, who on Thursday will start her world tour in Figali Convention Center, said that with the Lopez Family Foundation, they have the opportunity to offer health care and education to thousands of people. “I’m really excited with this opportunity. We can improve the health of children and provide resources to the doctors and nurses to improve the daily life of children,” said the Lopez.
After reading her speech in Spanish, the Lopez left the auditorium to go to another hospital, to deliver another telemedicine equipment. While waiting for the ceremony, the promoters of the show reported that Lopez would respond to five questions only from the press.
Panama became the second country after Puerto Rico, in having that kind of support from the Lopez Family Foundation.
The singer will begin in Panama for her world tour. She will also be in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Venezuela and the United States, where she is joined by Enrique Iglesias and Wisin y Yandel.