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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Uganda 2019: I Am Reaffirmed (Vanessa Perez)

In the palm of your hand, you hold a smartphone to scroll through social media. There are posts about the current situation in South Sudan to help increase awareness, acquire donations, and hopefully, even volunteers. You sit for 16 hours…

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This is what a M2H mission looks like.

“M2H is an educational facility and we can train them but cannot license them. We are, nonetheless, going to teach them what they need to do to salvage some very sick people. I could repeat this view from a score…

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Uganda 2019: Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right. (Rafael Sepulveda)

“Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.” –Henry Ford  Being a part of this mission was a blessing to my life. I remember asking Karen for details about the mission a month before departing, and after a…

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Uganda 2019: Our Partnership with Winds of Change (Lake Turkana Wind Power)

365 wind turbines stretch across the Loiyangalani District in Marsabit, satisfying 18% of Kenya’s energy needs. This wind farm is called the Lake Turkana Wind Power Project (LTWP) - also known as “The Project.” By following the acronym CARES (Collaborative,…

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Training the Trainers: So Far, Some Good (Sabra Aquil)

Sabra Aquil is a medical professional from Somaliland who volunteered with M2H when we visited her home country. Below, you will find an email exchange between Dr. Sabra and Dr. Geelhoed.  Dear Professor Glenn, It’s wonderful to hear from you…

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Uganda 2019: “I’m a different man now.” (Devin Geelhoed)

“I’m a different man now.” I uttered these words to Dennis, a coordinator of M2H partner Humane Africa Mission (hereafter referred to as HAM). I said it as a joke while I exited the mobile surgical unit operating room. Dr.…

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