HTHH had the opportunity to lead a half day event at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington.
Jul 14 2016
By Jenny Eaton Dyer, PhDHope Through Healing Hands and CARE will partner to lead a bi-partisan delegation of celebrities, philanthropists, and thought leaders predominately from the faith community this fall with the leadership of Senator Bill Frist, MD to Haiti.
International Family Planning: How Religious Conservatives Respond and How to Shape Messaging for Successful Advocacy
Jun 27 2016
By Jenny Eaton Dyer, PhD, Shannon Franklin, PhD, and Brian L. Heuser, EdDWith the support of Capital for Good, HTHH directed a 3-part national polling project in 2016 that included a national tracking study, an optimized messaging study, and focus groups.
Effective philanthropy is driven by three questions — why, what, and how? AEI President Arthur Brooks was joined by Melinda Gates for a discussion about how the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation answers these questions in their efforts to solve major public health and education challenges around the globe.
Jun 23 2016
By FGHL Jennifer Elia, M.D.I have spent the last 2 weeks working in the 5-bed Intensive Care Unit at AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kijabe, Kenya. The ICU here is actually one of the more developed and organized in all of Kenya.
By FGHL James Matthew Kynes, MDThe need for qualified health workers across sub-Saharan Africa is astounding, and it is humbling to meet people who are filling those needs by overcoming incredible odds.
FGHL Blog: Christopher Wahlfeld - Integrated approach to community health touches all aspects of daily life
Jun 17 2016
By FGHL Christopher WahlfeldMy first few weeks here have been spent getting acquainted with the community and Lwala’s approach to promoting health and well-being in the region.
By James Nardella, executive director of the Lwala Community AllianceAs a male, I now better understand that the barriers to maternal and child health care are not only resource barriers or technical barriers, but also moral and gender barriers.
Jun 13 2016
My 44-hour journey from Knoxville, TN to Zhengzhou, China was exhausting, but fairly easy and uneventful. During the 16-hour flight from JFK to Guangzhou, I had trouble sleeping due to anticipation of what was to come, which led to a migraine. The process to go through immigrations and customs was almost identical to that in the United States when arriving in Guangzhou. After a two-hour delay, I finally boarded my flight to Zhengzhou!