M2H: Stories of Transformation

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2020 Missions

September 10, 2019 Missions 0 Comments

Photo courtesy of Lake Turkana Wind Power In light of the global situation, our current schedule of missions is on hold. We are working on a tentative schedule for 2021 and we want to be ready to go as soon…

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Praise for “Furthest Peoples First”

August 28, 2020 General

Spanning the first seven months of 2019, our founder Dr. Glenn Geelhoed's newest book Furthest Peoples First is a detailed account of our missions in the African transect. Readers will be confronted with the harsh medical realities around the world and…

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How Can We Make Medical Missions More Sustainable?

Are medical missions truly effective? Well, sometimes! We believe the question is really asking “are missions sustainable? Our answer? Well, that also depends!  “Sustainability” has been popping up in the news a lot lately. It refers to the improvement or…

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Partner Highlight: Winds of Change (Lake Turkana Wind Power)

July 23, 2020 General

How can renewable energy provide reliable healthcare? Long-time M2H partner Lake Turkana Wind Power makes this possible through its non-profit subsidiary, Winds of Change. LTWP boasts a stretch of over three hundred wind turbines in Marsabit, Kenya. From the inception…

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Training the Trainers: Reflections from Uganda (Part Three)

This is the last installment of a series. Read from the beginning here.  Dr. G wrote the following in January, when M2H was in Uganda:  “I found out that midwife Sharon aspirations of going to medical school and that is…

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Training the Trainers: Reflections from Uganda (Part Two)

This is an installment in a series highlighting volunteer reflections from our 2020 mission in Uganda. Read from the beginning here.  Pamela, Volunteer “I learned a lot (burns, disseminated intravascular coagulation, anemia, HIV/AIDS, hematogenous). During surgical procedures, I learned how to…

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Training the Trainers: Reflections from Uganda (Part One)

“Our tutorial began with an introduction into the educational component of our M2H Missions and how it would work. Rafael led off on the discussion of burns, the kinds of agents that can burn and the depth and width and…

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