International HELP creates opportunities for both communities and students. Read more about Hassan Barrie’s experience to learn more about the projects he helped progress and the public health skills he gained. I started my practicum with International Help in May 2019. It was a 16 week practicum experience that ended in September 2019. Since then, I have been a volunteer working as a Coordinator for the Sierra Leone project.READ MORE
This program focuses on training community health workers (CHWs) in Oba to address preventable diseases in the community. Community Health Workers are vital to achieving the goals of healthier communities.READ MORE
Nearly 1 billion people in the world lack access to potable (drinkable) water, mainly those living in third world countries. In these areas, women and children often have to travel to collect clean water. This can even affect the ability of children to go to school.READ MORE
They were excited, not simply because they were receiving recognition, but they were excited to be part of something so amazing and were ready to begin impacting their church and community.READ MORE
Before the beginning of the training, they took a pre-test that indicated that they have an idea on at least 1 health problem. They will equally receive a post-test and a post evaluation...READ MORE
When Monterey first asked me if I would go with her to start a CHW (Community Health Worker) training in India, I was a little overwhelmed. We have done a lot of great projects, but they were all in the US or Central America.READ MORE
With my current work in community outreach and health education here in the states, I was really grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the mission of international HELP for […]READ MORE
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