December 11, 2017
In the photo above, Reverend Pearson Banda of the Reformed Church in Zambia writes a message about HIV and the Church in the first workshop for religious leaders that David Barstow attended in Zambia in 2007. While commitments from governments and large international organizations to fund AIDS research,...
November 6, 2017
Information Technology Officer Steve Mukawa at St. Luke’s College of Nursing and Midwifery in Chilema, Malawi has been selected as the first fellow in the Augustine Fellowship program. The program is supported by American Leprosy Missions and managed through a partnership between CCIH and ALM. It provides support...
Advocacy Stories, Featured
November 3, 2017
Love is not just sympathizing with the miseries of others, instead it means making every effort to alleviate their suffering. – Olushola Ogunleye, Liberty University Student and CCIH Advocate The account in Matthew 15:32-39 is one of many places in scripture that inspired Liberty University student Olushola Ogunleye...
October 6, 2017
Faith-based approaches to global health have proven to be successful in improving health outcomes for women, children, and families around the globe. CCIH and the Christian Journal for Global Health hosted a webinar The Global Church and Family Planning on September 28 featuring programs in Uganda, Nepal, and India...