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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Advocacy Stories, Connector Articles

CCIH Advocates Take Message to Capitol Hill


August 21, 2018

Immediately following the conference on July 16, 2018 three groups of CCIH members went to Capitol Hill to advocate for global health and development programs and to discuss the vital role of faith-based organizations in providing care. The three teams had representatives from five U.S. states and eight...

by Kathy Erb

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Connector Articles, Event

CCIH Conference Explores Diverse Partnerships and the Expanding Role of FBOs


August 20, 2018

The CCIH Conference was held July 13-15, 2018 at Johns Hopkins University and attracted nearly 200 attendees from 21 nations who came together for dialogue, networking and to share in fellowship with other Christians working in global health. The theme was the Power of Partnership: Working Together to...

by Kathy Erb

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Connector Articles, Family Planning, Featured

Integrating Services in the First 1000 Days


August 20, 2018

Making sure children get the healthiest start possible in those first 1000 days from conception through the first two years of life is crucial to their future development. CCIH held a pre-conference July 13, 2018 to help Christian organizations have the latest information and best practices for integrating...

by Kathy Erb

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Event

CCIH 2019 Conference Dates Announced


August 9, 2018

The next CCIH Annual Conference will be held June 6-8, 2019 at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Stay tuned for more information about the conference theme, abstract submission process, sponsorship opportunities and registration. We hope to see you in Baltimore!

by Kathy Erb

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