These two brothers have everything in common. They say that not even the smallest differences, like hairstyles, will help when it comes to identifying them; if you are distracted, you could already be talking to the other without noticing; they can just change places for some reason to create confusion. Even they do not even know who was the first to be born, since, although when they were born their cribs were identified, when the nurses returned them to the cribs they did not know if they were putting them in the correct one.
Their story is full of coincidences; they share everything. Someone says that they are not twins but siamese, because they do everything together, they study the same career and they both dedicate their free time to the institution that, according to them, is giving them the opportunity to help those who need it most. They combine their medical studies with the noble vocation of volunteering in the Barinas branch of the Venezuelan Red Cross.
Walmer believes that having created bonds of friendship and fellowship with his volunteer friends and the community has allowed him to better understand the most urgent needs of vulnerable people. His biggest dream is to graduate as a doctor and use his knowledge to help people who live in communities with health care needs.
Walter smiles as his brother speaks. His joy is because he knows that when they are medical professionals, they will surely also go together to fulfill their nobel mission of saving lives not only as professionals but also as volunteers of the Venezuelan Red Cross.
Their family is happy because they know about the social work they do; their parents are happy to know that not only do they learn at university in their medical career, but they also get important knowledge and training with the work they do with the Venezuelan Red Cross. They know that there are days when they will not see them because they even prepare they backpacks with enthusiasm to volunteer to help those who need it the most.
Stories like those of Walmer and Walter also motivate their fellow volunteers because they preach by example their commitment to save lives without expecting anything return.