Archive for March, 2016

Richard Randolph – 2016 INMED Humanitarian Crisis Response Award Recipient

Friday, March 25th, 2016 |

This award recognizes individuals and organizations who that provide exemplary disaster response services for highly vulnerable communities. In doing so, they accentuate the value of life and provide an exemplary model for us all. The Institute for International Medicine is excited to recognize Richard Randolph via the 2016 INMED Humanitarian Crisis Response Award.   Dr. […]

Kurdistan – Refugee’s Home In A Battle Zone

Friday, March 18th, 2016 |

  “We lived our entire lives in Mosul – the ancient city of Nineveh – Jews, Christians, Muslims all side by side in peace. Then entered ISIS, threatening us with death or conversion.” The woman began swelling up with tears. “We were forced to flee, leaving all our belongings behind – animals, cars, clothes, books […]

The Poor Give Most

Friday, March 11th, 2016 |

  “Sure, we Greeks have economic problems,” my cousin’s voice turns emphatic, “but these people, they have nothing at all.” Visiting my family in Athens this week, I’m touched by the personal expressions of compassion. “Some of the refugees fleeing the civil war in Syria are housed in Piareas – the Athens port. My friends […]

Humanity And INMED’s Inner Culture

Friday, March 4th, 2016 |

  Public persona and private personality are often dissimilar, and what you read and see of INMED may or may not reflect reality. Permit me to lay open an element of INMED’s inner culture: We value people. We regard all individuals as created and loved by God, and in this light we respect their dignity, […]