Philanthropy

China

At the 2011 Greater China eHealth Forum

Xiaohui Zhang – Chief Scientist

I am currently in Hong Kong for the Greater China eHealth Forum 2011. The forum is a joint effort among Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, initiated by CHIMA and eHC…Posted on: October 6, 2011 | Read More

Ghana

STC Goes to Srafa Oboano, Ghana

Hannah Rettler – Public Health Associate

STC’s Public Health Associate, Hannah Rettler, visited Srafa Oboano, Ghana this March with the University of Arizona chapter of Global Water Brigades. During her time there, she helped build a rainwater-harvesting tank, had her heart won over by local children, and returned with the definition of a “farmers tan.” Goats and sheep everywhere. Chickens clucking at my feet. A child passes by carrying a bucket of water bigger than him on his head. The fabrics worn are vibrant and beautiful. The air is thick and the sun is hot. I’m in Ghana, Africa…Posted on: April 5, 2013 | Read More

Guatemala

Update from The Healing Hands Foundation Trip in Guatemala

Jennifer Simpson – Lead Epidemiologist

Chrissie and I have been enjoying our work, as well as the Guatemalan culture. We have been hard at work getting information on all the patients seen by Healing Hands, including information such as gender, age, hometown, weight, height and blood work…Posted on: November 14, 2011 | Read More


The Public Health Impact of the Healing Hands Foundation Mission to Guatemala (pdf)

Jennifer Simpson, MS MPH PhD & Chrissie Twomey, MPH

Posted on: June 15, 2012 | Read More


STC Supports The Healing Hands Foundation (pdf)

Posted on: November 27, 2012 | Read More


Sierra Leone

Experiences and Takeaways from Sierra Leone Mission

Jennifer Simpson – Lead Epidemiologist

I suspect that some items and supplies donated to healthcare facilities may be sold and bartered on the street as opposed to being used on patients. It’s frustrating to wonder if the donations left behind will be used for their intended purposes…Posted on: July 7, 2011 | Read More


Update from Sierra Leone

Jennifer Simpson – Lead Epidemiologist

I made it to SL safe and sound and on time. Flights were amazingly seamless, for once! Airport was mayhem but got myself to the “ferry” to cross the bay that separates the airport from the hotel. I was told that although it’s only a few miles, going by car takes 2-3 hours when it should take 15min….Posted on: June 27, 2011 | Read More


Public Health Impact of Healing Hands & Madieu Williams Foundations’ 2011 Mission to Sierra Leone (pdf)

Jennifer Simpson, Ph.D. & the Public Health Practice Group

Posted on: October 06, 2011 | Read More


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