Family Planning

Two Liberian Nurses on Why They Are Grateful for Family Planning Support


October 9, 2019

By Jerilyn Hoover I was curious to talk to nurses Philomena Diggs and Yenneh Flomo to find out directly from them why they are so grateful for outside support to help women time and space pregnancies in Liberia. They sent me the photos above to help explain the...

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Connector Articles, Faith and Work

Bolstering Professional Work with Personal Faith


April 12, 2019

by Elizabeth Chung  Christians have cared for the sick and advocated for issues like global health for a very long time. As I am also walking through this myself, I wanted to explore this calling and to learn from people who are living it out in their lives....

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Connector Articles, HIV/AIDS

HIV Requires Multi-Pronged Response from the Faith Community


November 27, 2018

by Ellie Harrison, CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern  There is a growing sentiment among some in the global health community that the HIV epidemic is at a tipping point. After a decades-long global effort, we have the capability to end HIV as a global health threat, but it...

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Augustine Fellowship

Learning and Contributing as An Augustine Fellow in Guinea Bissau


October 23, 2018

By Anthony Osemene, Augustine Fellow  (Shown above at the National Public Laboratory in Guinea Bissau) Anthony Osemene is a recipient in the Augustine Fellowship program, sponsored by American Leprosy Missions and administered by CCIH. The program supports the deployment of a Christian professional to serve in a non-medical...

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