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4 Things to Consider Before Volunteering Abroad

September 28, 2020 General

The decision to volunteer abroad is a big step. Before you make your decision, there…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Global Healthcare

June 8, 2020 General 0 Comments

The coronavirus knows no borders in its breadth and scope. With over 200 countries and…

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A Week In The Life of Mission to Heal: Part Two (Lilly Jeltema)

May 15, 2020 General 0 Comments

This is a continuation of a series. Read the first part of Lilly’s reflection here….

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A Week in the Life of Mission to Heal: Part One (Lilly Jeltema)

May 15, 2020 General 0 Comments

Please enjoy this reflection from volunteer Lilly Jeltema, who was signed up to serve with…

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Mission Profile: The Philippines

April 24, 2020 Missions, General 0 Comments

The Philippines boasts a highly proficient universal healthcare system. Unfortunately, the distribution of quality healthcare…

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Training the Trainers: Q+A with Lucy Alayno (Uganda)

The following is a participant reflection on the M2H-led Medical Education Camp in Uganda.  1….

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