M2H: Stories of Transformation

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Snapshots from Somaliland

“How to live in sustained ambiguity and to not be incapacitated by incomplete or untrustworthy information in order that patient and caregiver benefit is still achieved is the skill required in such educational medical missions extended a very long way…

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Americares: Equipping the Surgeons

January 30, 2019 General 1 Comment

"It takes a village." If it takes a village to raise a child, how many villages would it take to save every child and person in need of treatment? Perhaps a few more. In the past few years, Mission to…

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Project SAVE arrived in Breda!

January 15, 2019 General 0 Comments

There are new additions to the MSU-II! Mission to Heal recently had the honor of partnering up with Project S.A.V.E (Save All Valuable Equipment), a non-profit organization that collects and re-distributes medical equipment around the world. Project S.A.V.E shares Mission…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: Consider Mission to Heal (Jane Smilie)

On our recent mission to Mongolia, I very much appreciated the leadership provided by both M2H founder Dr. Glenn Geelhoed and Senior Advisor Bart Kruijsen.  Both wisely counseled as the train left Ulaanbaatar our first evening of the trip, that…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: The First of Many (Kayla Spicer)

December 18, 2018 Volunteer Reflections 0 Comments

Looking forward to this mission to Mongolia I can truly say I had no idea what to expect. This lack of expectation for what the next day would hold persisted for the entire duration of the trip and looking back…

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Mongolia 2018 Reflection: “Maybe It’s All of Us” (Inna Theodorou)

December 12, 2018 Volunteer Reflections 0 Comments

I first heard about Mission to Heal from my dear friend and surgeon Dr. Andreas 6 months before the trip. He already had a lot of experience working in a hospital in Nepal and following his numerous stories I decided…

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