October 29, 2012
Global Health Action betters the lives of individuals and families around the world through community health initiatives and a "train the trainer" approach. To combat malnutrition in children in rural areas of Haiti, GHA has provided more than 4,000 pregnant goats to families thus enabling them to become self-sufficient. In fact, after decades of work in Haiti, GHA had the staff and infrastructure in place through its community health workers to provide immediate assistance in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. On the other side of the globe, GHA is educating the children left behind by migrant workers in China's rural provinces about those health issues impacting young people worldwide. Over the past 40 years this organization has leveraged its dedicated staff and limited resources with partners around the world to change the lives of thousands of poor and underserved, especially women and children.
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