Sep 14 2016
By Katie McGinnisHow often do we unenthusiastically (or even begrudgingly) attend workshops, seminars, and conferences designed to deepen our knowledge and expertise or enhance our skills, instead of truly appreciating that we even have access to those types of learning opportunities to begin with and while our professional counterparts in developing nations are so hungry for new knowledge and would give anything to have access to those same opportunities?
This summer over 300,000 pastors and leaders from all forms of professions congregated either in South Barrington, IL at the main-campus of Willow Creek Community Church or at one of the more than 675 telecast locations in 135 countries from all over the world to develop their leadership skills at the annual Global Leaders Summit conference.
By: Christopher WahlfeldAs anyone who has spent time in “the field” can attest, the relationships built with staff and local residents form the basis of everything that is possible.
By: Christopher WahlfeldPreventing the spread of diarrheal diseases is the primary objective of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) programs.
By: Christopher WahlfeldMalaria effects the entire community and is, by default, linked to Lwala’s Thrive Thru Five initiative and HAWI program, as pregnant women, children under 5 years of age, and individuals living with HIV are at considerably higher risk of becoming infected due to suppressed, or lowered, immune systems.
By Nicholas Carter, FGHLThe clinical setting is where much of the real teaching occurs, as the attending surgeons offer guidance through hundreds of daily interactions with trainees.
By Amy FoglemanThe National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) hosted their annual leadership summit. The objective of the conference was to assist in preparing the leadership of the Hispanic church for leading in all spheres of human existence and to empower and train transformational leaders.
Jul 19 2016
By FGHL Katie McGinnisKatie McGinnis, a Frist Global Health Leader, details her observations about the ways Kenyan Child Life Specialists operate and provide services to patients and families in a government national referral hospital.
HTHH had the opportunity to lead a half day event at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington.