Archive for March, 2019

KC’s Urban Health Center Entrée Via The Humanitarian Health Conference

Friday, March 29th, 2019 |

“The annual Humanitarian Health Conference gave me the opportunity to share stories, passions, and life with people who have a heart to engage the disadvantaged. It provided me the gateway to hear about what is happening in both local and global contexts,” observes Jordan Crawford, pictured over looking Kampala, capital of Uganda, “The Humanitarian Health […]

ISIS Prime Target, Yazidis, Remain Refugees

Friday, March 22nd, 2019 |

Last week in Iraq I enjoyed a rare privilege: visiting with a Yazidi family in a remote tent city. The Yazidis are an ancient ethnic and religious minority, and a particular target of ISIS. In 2014, over 400,000 Yazidis fled as ISIS seized the Iraqi city of Sinjar, with thousands more killed or forced into […]

After ISIS Refugee Crises Endure

Friday, March 15th, 2019 |

On April 5-6: Equip. Connect. Go!

Friday, March 8th, 2019 |

Ours today is a world on edge: chaos in Venezuela, starvation in Yemen, fire devastation in California, ongoing Ebola outbreaks in Democratic Republic of the Congo, to name but a few. Silhouetted against this backdrop are individuals like you; people with professional skills and a deep interest in volunteering your talents to help coax our […]

What Is AMBO? INMED’s New Advanced Maternal Newborn Outcomes (AMBO) Course!

Friday, March 1st, 2019 |

Pregnant women and their newborns are among the most vulnerable human beings. In lower-income communities, they frequently succumb to bleeding, infection, prematurity, malaria, and ineffective labor. At the Humanitarian Health Conference on April 4, INMED introduces the Professional Certificate Course in Advanced Mother Baby Outcomes (AMBO). This learning experience is designed to improve the results […]