The Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) will participate in a scientific project of the Interreg Europe program which aims to bring the most advanced medical technology to developing African countries, using the Canary Islands as a platform for implementation. Promoted and financed by the European Union, the initiative is endorsed by institutions and first class teachers. The RAED will be added through its Institute of Interdisciplinary Research and will play an active role in its development and follow-up. The details of the project will be presented on 10 June, during the celebration of the First Scientific Meeting that RAED and the University of Las Palmas will celebrate in Fuerteventura.