Why Medical Ambassadors?
- If you had a child with a chronic illness—reoccurring parasites, for example, or diarrhea or diseases of malnutrition—which would you prefer? A medical center miles away with long lines, or the neighbor next door who teaches you what to do that not only treats the symptoms of disease but eliminates the causes. Which would you choose?
Read the recently published edition of Healing Lives: Decades of Worldwide CHE Leadership. Click here to view the PDF.
El Ejido (El E-heedo) in Santiago, Dominican Republic, is such an area; a gritty city slum densely populated and—until recently—a place filled with desperation. But that has changed. Let me tell you a great story about how the residents of El Ejido moved from discouragement to hope. Click here to read more.
“Such a tough, resistant place!” That’s the image Albania has always conjured up for me. At one point in the 1980s some communist hard liners thought the Albanians were the only people on earth who still did communism right. Albania today is a very different place. It is a place where Community Health Evangelism (CHE), not communism, is being done right. Click here to read more.