The CCIH 2019 Conference was held June 6-8 at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, attracting attendees from 25 nations.

Highlights include talks from best-selling author and poverty expert Dr. Brian Fikkert, Founder and Executive Director of the Chalmers Center for Economic Development (left); a conversation with Carrie Hessler-Radelet, President & CEO, Project Concern International and Debbie Dortzbach, Senior Technical Advisor, World Relief moderated by Vuyelwa Chitimbire, Executive Director, Zimbabwe Association of Church-related Hospitals (center); and an interactive discussion with Dr. Robert Redfield, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention led by Dr. Anne Peterson, Senior Vice President of Global Programs, Americares.

More coverage of the event and videos and photos will be shared soon. PowerPoint presentations are available here.

Continuing Education Certificates

CCIH has partnered with Liberty University (LU) to provide continuing education certificates to conference participants. CCIH provided LU with a list of all confirmed conference attendees for cross-reference. Conference attendees may use this link to go to the Liberty University website and pay $25 USD to Liberty, who will then issue a certificate of completion for a certain number of hours. It will be up to the conference attendee to submit the continuing education units (CEU) certificate to his or her credentialing agency to determine if the agency will give credit for attending the CCIH conference.

Upcoming Events

July 24, 2019

Webinar on Practical Tools to Bring Family Planning to Communities

July 24 at 9:00 am US ET To encourage uptake of voluntary family planning services, communities need to understand their options and what is being offered. Let’s talk about practical tools to inform communities in language they can understand of the variety of choices they have to time…

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