Global Health Action, Inc.
Rating: 4.88 stars 32 32 reviews
1190 W Druid Hills Dr., NE Ste. 145 Atlanta GA 30329 USA
Global Health Action is creating healthier communities around the globe through education and training in leadership, management and health promotion.
The organization designs and conducts community health and development programs in under-served parts of the world. Dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals and communities around the globe, the organization achieves its mission through community-based health programs and livelihood opportunities. Programs are designed to build local capacity through specialized training for healthcare professionals and community leaders. Ongoing programs are primarily conducted in haiti. In addition, joint projects are conducted with program partners in china, and short-term training sessions are held from time to time in atlanta, ga. Short-term workshops and health and development projects may be conducted in various countries around the globe.
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Global Health Action is a faith based non- profit that reaches the under served communities in many improvised villages and communities unnoticed by others. They provide much needed health care training to local health care workers who then reach out to thousands of local people who lack the very basic health education and this saves many lives. Millions die each year around our world that lack the necessary elements of exsistance....clean water. GHA through local health care worker training makes a difference in improving the daily lives of those they reach. It has been an honor to be associated with this organization for many years and to see what a difference they have made.
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