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4700 Glynco Parkway Brunswick GA 31525 USA
More than 10 million children die each year because of diseases such as diarrhea, measles, malaria and pneumonia. Nearly 4 million infants die each year before they are even a month old. And in Africa, disease kills at least one child every 30 seconds. Many of these diseases are easily prevented or treated with basic medication. But far too often, such medication is simply not available.For more than half a century, MAP International has promoted the Total Health of the world''s poor by working to provide essential medicines, prevent and eradicate disease, and promote community health development.
Provide essential medicines-distributing donated and purchased medicines and supplies to health workers, village pharmacies, dispensaries, clinics, hospitals and relief centers serving people living in poor communities in over 100 countries. For additional information on map's activities please see schedule 0
promote community health development-equipping families, health workers, church leaders, and others to build comprehensive health initiatives in their own communities by partnering in education, training, information and awareness-raising.
prevent and mitigate disease, disaster and other health threats - providing medicines for vaccination programs. Targeting specific diseases such as hiv/aids, buruli ulcer and guinea worm. For further information on the map international medical fellowship and travel pack programs, please visit our website at www. Map. Org
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Over 40 years ago, MAP International helped me do an internship at a mission hospital in Asia. That experience paved the way for my life's work. I recently retired as a medical missionary after 38 years in Asia. During that time, MAP International provided us with affordable medicines and supplies. They continue to provide humanitarian help all over the world. They were there during the Ebola outbreak in Africa; earthquakes and tsunamis; and refugee crises. Thank you MAP International.