Maternal and Child Health, Vaccines, WASH

Faith-based organizations are the leading edge of the local partnerships of the future

June 2, 2023

by Dr. Koki Agarwal, Project Director, USAID MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership; Vice President, DC Operations, Jhpiego For the past 20 years, I have led global USAID projects on maternal, newborn, and child health—this work has given me a front row seat to witness incredible progress for mothers...

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Vaccine Hesitancy and How the Faith Community Can Help

April 20, 2023

World Immunization Week is an ideal time to celebrate this life-saving intervention and take stock of what we learned from COVID vaccine hesitancy. The challenge public health officials faced with COVID-19 vaccine acceptance may have raised the profile of vaccine hesitancy, but it is not a new phenomenon....

by Kathy Erb

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Disability Inclusion, Member

Kupenda for the Children Educates Communities and Transforms Lives

March 14, 2023

by Hannah Fields, CCIH Communications Coordinator In many areas of the world, people living with a disability are viewed in a negative context, such as being cursed. Because of this, many disabled people, especially children with disabilities, are often abandoned, neglected, or abused. Nonprofit organization Kupenda for the...


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Health Systems Strengthening

Will Global Health Become More, or Less, Global?

March 10, 2023

by Doug Fountain, CCIH Executive Director At the recent Rising Tides conference put on by Helping Children Worldwide, I had the privilege to give a talk about what’s changing in global health. I titled the talk, “Will Global Health Become More, or Less, Global?” Two-thirds of the way...


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