M2H: Stories of Transformation

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Mission to Heal MSU-II; Photo credit Tristan Brailey, Overland Journal

2019 Missions

Mission to Heal MSU-II; photo by Tristan Brailey, Overland Journal   2019: African Transect and the Philippines We are excited to announce that M2H is serving Africa and the Philippines in 2019. We will be partnering with the African Union…

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A Letter of Encouragement

May 7, 2019 General 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered how you can help Mission to Heal? You may know about our volunteer and donation opportunities, but even a simple letter can carry transformative power. We received such a letter from Dakota, a high school student…

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Flipped Switch (Somaliland 2019 Reflection)

by Ashley Carter, volunteer with M2H in Somaliland 2019 Throughout the last few weeks, I have had a real opportunity to digest everything that happened during this trip to Somaliland and Ethiopia with Mission to Heal. Let me start by…

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Story from Somaliland: Training the Trainers

Mission to Heal is the amalgamation of hardworking and passionate people: our fearless board of directors, spirited volunteers, and, in the case of this blog post, the hospitals we work with. When M2H was In Somaliland earlier this year, we…

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“We, As Mission to Heal, Have to Do This”

Dr. Geelhoed was parked in front of the Dejenn Primary Hospital. Sitting in one of the two Mobile Surgical Units in Ethiopia, he reminisced on a previous mission from a few months back. Mission to Heal had arrived to an…

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Preparing for The Philippines

March 22, 2019 General 0 Comments

Mission to Heal strives to do something great: provide healthcare to those without access to it. This is undoubtedly an enormous task, and we wouldn’t be able to do it without the aid of our team members, volunteers, and loyal…

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Snapshots from Ethiopia

“My morning is not wasted but might have been without the effort of inducing it with meaning. That, in fact, is the thesis of missions overall. Not only do they NEVER occur precisely as planned, they are often better, but…

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