Connector Articles

The End of Epidemics by Jonathan Quick


February 13, 2018

The 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak was dramatically different from previous occurrences of the disease. Once a virus that burned out quickly in rural areas, Ebola spread in large cities for the first time, killing more than 11,000 people. Population movement and other factors such as modern farming...

by Kathy Erb

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Paying by Western Union


May 21, 2018

If you pay dues or conference registration by Western Union, then you can send your payment to: Randall Cook 1329 Shepard Drive, Suite 6 Sterling, Virginia 20164 +1-703-444-8250 To receive the funds via Western Union, we will need you to send us: The Receipt from Western Union. OR...

by Kathy Erb

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Robin Davis Selected as 2018 CCIH Christian International Health Champion


May 9, 2018

Robin Davis, MN, RN, President Emerita of Global Health Action, a CCIH affiliate, has been selected by the CCIH Board of Directors as the 2018 CCIH Christian International Health Champion. The CCIH Christian International Health Champion Award was launched in 2014 to honor an individual who has dedicated...

by Kathy Erb

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Augustine Fellowship, Connector Articles

Augustine Fellow Expands Skills and Experience


May 9, 2018

We checked in with Steven Mukawa to see how he is doing in his post at SIM’s ELWA Hospital in Paynesville, Liberia. Steven is an IT Officer at St. Luke’s College of Nursing in Zomba, Malawi and is the first recipient in the Augustine Fellowship program. He is serving at…

by Kathy Erb

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The Promises of Isaiah 35


May 7, 2018

This article was written by CCIH Advocacy and Communications Intern Jamie Wagner before she returned to her academic career. In October of 2016 the United States came alongside Iraq in an offensive front against ISIS. Despite security concerns, Samaritan’s Purse felt that it was not only an opportunity but a…

by Kathy Erb

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