by Guest Author | Sep 12, 2019 | Clean Water and Energy, Global Health, Haiti
Imagine going to the hospital with a bursting appendix and the hospital is dark; the power is out. Picture yourself as a doctor in the middle of an intense operation and the lights go off, the machines power down and suddenly you’re operating without the ability to see clearly and without working support machines…
by World Hope International | May 10, 2019 | Acting in Faith, Emergency Response, Global Health, Natural Disaster Emergency Response
The U.S. Southern Command announced on Tuesday, May 7th, that “The U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) is scheduled to deploy in June”. World Hope International is again seeking volunteer, licensed medical professionals, as well as Spanish speaking interpreters to staff the ship.
by World Hope International | May 10, 2019 | Emergency Response, Global Health, Natural Disaster Emergency Response
Last year, Tamara Tangeman served as a representative for World Hope International aboard hospital ship USNS Comfort during the ship’s stops in Ecuador and Peru on an 11-week medical support mission…
by user | Feb 6, 2019 | Clean Water and Energy, Global Health, Haiti, Social Ventures, Water and Sanitation
“I had this idea that if you could just build a water cistern that can save the water and have it when it’s dry, that would be good. Having ocean water be drinkable would help so many people.”