M2H: Stories of Transformation

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Finding Healing in Mongolia (Kerry Pride)

by Kerry Pride My life took an abrupt turn two year years ago when my husband was killed in an accident. This traumatic event shook me to my core and made me angry with the world and everything in it.…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: The Greatest Gift of All (Gary Christian)

We pulled up to what looked like a huge county fair thirty miles south of Ulaanbaatar.  After traveling all night on the train and having worked a solid seven days straight, most of the medical team volunteers and our film…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: You Live And You Learn (Joanna Christodoulides)

When I joined the mission, I really didn’t know what to expect as someone with no medical background and had doubts as to what exactly I would be doing on a (supposedly) primarily surgical mission or even whether I would…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: Managing Expectations (Margarida Ferreira)

When leaving for a mission, one can never accurately guess what challenges the team will face. The mission to heal in Mongolia was no exception in this regard. Managing the expectations for the mission versus the reality of the work…

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Snapshots from Mongolia

September 6, 2018 Missions, Photo Gallery 0 Comments

Mission to Heal embarked on yet another mission to Mongolia for the last week in July and the first week of August. Dr. G and his volunteers spent this time visiting different cities in Mongolia to treat patients via The…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: A Challenging and Rewarding Film Shoot (Michael Maniglia)

Editors note: See the full text of Michael’s reflection, including photos from his trip, here.   My brother Frank Jr. has been producing, shooting and editing films for as long as I can remember. Our father Frank Sr. (a producer)…

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