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I want to improve health outcomes for those at risk.

Given the unprecedented catastrophes occurring locally and globally, UMCOR’s disaster response efforts are more important now than ever.

When children are well, they can go to school. When teachers are in good health, they can teach. When doctors are fit, they can heal, educate, and prevent illness.

Your gift to Global Health today will build community health resilience.

With the help of people like you, Global Ministries’ Global Health unit is dedicated to promoting good health among those at risk by strengthening health systems and building health resilience within marginalized communities.

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  • Bolster partner hospitals and clinics by training staff, repairing and renovating buildings, and providing medicines and other essential resources.

  • Prevent, treat, and cure complications of pregnancy and deadly diseases like dysentery, typhoid, malaria, and HIV and AIDS.
UMCOR (with the help of people like you) is ready 
to keep doing what it has been doing for 
80 years
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See Global Health in Action in Sierra Leone

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The Well-Being of People and Nations Depend on good health
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Your gift to Global Ministries’ Global Health unit today will treat and prevent disease in marginalized global communities.

Be there for those in need with your gift to Global Health today. When you give, you support a holistic, strategic approach to building community health resilience and strengthening health systems.

Suffering from the consequences of severe poverty, a history of civil conflict, and some of the highest rates of maternal and child mortality in the world, the people of Sierra Leone rely on the care provided by Kissy Hospital and its satellite community services.

Clinics and hospitals like Kissy need vital medicines and medical equipment to treat the sick and injured and to provide community members with the health-related knowledge they need to prevent illness.  

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  • Provide families and clinics with access to clean water and hygiene and sanitation to protect against diseases like cholera, Ebola, and COVID-19.