Faith and Work

Integrating Faith and Global Health: An Applied Theological Framework


June 5, 2020

by Daniel O’Neill, MD, MA(Th) Fragmentation: Human beings tend to form into “us & them” camps, characterized by self-justification and other-vilification, even in subtle ways. It did not take long for the first century church to have what Apostle Paul described as “divisions among you” (1 Cor 11:18)....

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COVID-19 Check in with CCIH Affiliate MUSUHUM in Niger and Benin


May 28, 2020

We checked in with Dr. Stachys Hounkpatin, Program Officer with CCIH affiliate Mouvement Universel pour la Survie de l’Humanité, working in Niger and Benin, for an update on their response to COVID-19. We understand MUSUHUM (Mouvement Universel pour la Survie de l’Humanité) has two clinics in Niger, what...

by Kathy Erb

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Getting the Most out of the CCIH Virtual Conference


May 28, 2020

You want to get the most out of the CCIH virtual conference but you may be new to online learning events. Over the last eight years I have been designing educational outreach for learners to get the most out of their time online. Many of the lessons I...

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SANRU in the DRC Shares COVID-19 Strategies and Challenges


April 28, 2020

We checked in with Malonga Miatudila, MD, MPH, Senior Public Health Specialist with CCIH member SANRU near Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to ask about the COVID-19 situation in the area and how SANRU is responding to the pandemic. What is the community around...

by Kathy Erb

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