Advocacy, Connector Articles, Family Planning

Advocacy Project Tapped Into the Power of Faith Leaders as Health Influencers


March 21, 2022

The Christian Advocacy for Family Planning in Africa (CAFPA) project came to a close in December 2021 after seven years. The project, which was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, leveraged the talent, commitment, influence and connections of faith leaders to drive change and build support for family…

by Kathy Erb

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Close Up, Connector Articles

Close-Up: Josue Orellana, Adventist Development and Relief Agency International


March 21, 2022

From serving as a public health clinician to working in various global health roles, Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) International’s Josue Orellana’s passion lies in his work and the people he serves. As Director for Health, Nutrition, and WASH at ADRA International, Orellana’s primary responsibilities are to provide direction…

by Hannah Fields

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Connector Articles

Honoring Dr. Peter Okaalet: A Faith-Inspired Global Health Hero


February 17, 2022

“Most of the mission-based hospitals are in the rural areas where governments cannot reach. Where the road for the four-wheel-drive stops, the pastor gets on his bicycle. Where the bike path stops, the pastor lays it aside and goes on foot.”… More

by CCIH

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Connector Articles, Health Systems Strengthening

Faith-Based Drug Supply Organizations Increase their Supply Chain Management Capacity


November 8, 2021

by Carolyn J. O’Brien, CCIH Program Coordinator and Faith Engagement Team, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership | In Africa, faith-based organizations and their internal drug supply chain systems or partner drug supply organizations may play a critical role in providing family planning (FP) and maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH)…

by CCIH

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