The transformative design and build out of a Toyota Land Cruiser into a state-of-the-art neonatal transport ambulance
The transformative design and build out of a Toyota Land Cruiser into a state-of-the-art neonatal transport ambulance will offer much hope to first responders and babies in need of critical care in Honduras. more>
Moving Forward with the retrofit on Neonatal Transport Ambulance
We are one large step closer to completing our neonatal transport ambulance thanks to American Medical Response! more>
Angel’s Arc: Neonatal Transport Ambulance
A brand new, 2019 Toyota Landcruiser was delivered to NextFleet, American Medical Response’s ambulance and fleet refurbishment facility, in Mineral Wells, Texas Friday, April 24, 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fundacion Canguro visit
RIT Hope for Honduras Creative Director Mary Golden and Fulbright Scholar, Andrea Gonzalez traveled to Bogota, Columbia on October 28, 2019 to meet with renowned Kangaroo Mother Care provider and researcher, Dr. Nathalie Charpak at her clinic Fundacion Canguro.
In a private audience with First Lady of Honduras, Ana Garcia Hernandez, Creative Director Mary Golden and Dr. Alejeandro Young presented the RIT Hope for Honduras initiative and the faculty-student designed projects to engage her support for realizing the projects.
May 29, 2018
Conscious Design Exhibition at WantedDesign Brooklyn
The RIT Hope for Honduras showcase at WantedDesign Brooklyn’s Industry City featured the collaborative efforts between project partners Little Angels of Honduras (LAH), Herman Miller and RIT’s Interior Design program to support efforts aimed at reducing infant mortality in the country of Honduras. The exhibition highlights the emerging role of interior designers as agents of socially conscious design and central figures in synthesizing complex projects with global impact.
Kiley, R., “Designing better care for sick newborns,” News release, RIT University Magazine, Spring 2019, P.24.