BLIA promotes good health and well-being, from encouraging physical and leadership activities among young adults to providing medical care and health care for underserved people.

“The life of a person is closely tied to all walks of society.”
-Venerable Master Hsing Yun


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The Fundacion Para La Salud Los Angeles Paraguay-China, established in 2003, is crucial to meet the health and medical needs of an underserved population with scarce economic resources by providing free, quality essential health care to all, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, and beliefs.

The hospital has served over 700,000 patients seeking obstetrics-gynecologic care, procedures such as mammograms or medical imaging (radiology), and pediatric care. Its work has decreased the region’s rate of child mortality and improved maternal health.

Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all, at all ages, is important to building prosperous societies. The Hospital acts against inequalities in health care access, as well as continues to secure maternal-fetal and children’s health.


Since 2009, BLIA medical teams in India and Nepal have provided general practice services, including dental care, preventative care, health education, and traditional Chinese medicine to more than 57,000 people in these two countries. The free clinics serve low income individuals who mostly live in remote locations, advancing basic health and well-being for the most vulnerable.

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Basketball, gymnastics, baseball, and soccer—BLIA supports movement, teamwork, and leadership with sports education for students and youths, for overall health and well-being. Among BLIA’s sports cultural exchange programs is the BLIA Cup, which promotes the sport of basketball among universities and provides young student-athletes with the experience of competition in large-scale tournaments.

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