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Honored Status as Ghanaian Royalty Means M2H Can Go Farther Than Ever Before

June 26, 2017 Missions 0 Comments

On this year’s most recent trip to Ghana, Dr. Geelhoed had the honor of being inducted into the Essikado Royal Family. He was made a developmental chief, or nkosohene, in the Essikado Ebradze Abusua. The royal family, including Mission to Heal supporter Dr.…

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Ghana 2017: Reflections from Team Member Alex VanWoerkom

June 14, 2017 Missions, Journal 0 Comments

by Alex VanWoerkom My journey began early in the morning the day after Christmas. As I said goodbye to the comfort and familiarity of Grand Rapids, Michigan, I was filled with excitement: my journey to Essikado, Ghana, was about to…

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Philippines 2017: Reflections from Team Member Belain Eyob

April 20, 2017 Missions, Journal 0 Comments

by Belain Eyob Much time had passed between my early curiosity in the field of surgery and finally arriving in medical school. Whilst growing up in Ethiopia, we were at the epicenter of several global health initiatives, attracting interest from…

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Philippines 2017: Reflections from Team Member Georg Fuchs

August 29, 2017 Missions, Journal 0 Comments

by Georg Fuchs   Mobile Surgical Unit (MSU) – Welcome to the Miracle Machine! Honestly, how awesome is this truck?! Believe me when I say – you may have seen pictures; you may have read or heard what this truck…

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Ghana 2017: Photos from Team Member Susanne Graham-Yooll

While on her most recent trip with Mission to Heal, team member Susanne Graham-Yooll captured many beautiful moments in Ghana. Check out her photos below! [gallery ids="838,840,842,843,844,848,841,845,847"]

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Philippines 2017: Reflection from Team Member Tina Modillas

March 30, 2017 Missions, Journal 0 Comments

By: Tina Modillas The following reflection is a personal letter to Dr. Geelhoed, founder of Mission to Heal and leader of the Philippines 2017 trip. Tina Modillas was born and raised in the Philippines, and this trip allowed her to return…

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