War Front - Sierra Leone Surviving the Ebola Crisis

James Abu, Ebola Treatment Uniti (ETU) Supervisor, shares what it was like to work throughout the Ebola crisis in West Africa. 

 

Unto the Ends

Join AHI as we take a look back at 2004 with this award-winning documentary. Unto the Ends is the story of three medical workers who intersect in the poorest of African countries. An American doctor, a Danish nurse, and a medical student put everything on the line to revive a dying hospital and raise the standard of healthcare in a brutally harsh environment.

 

  The future of tomorrow starts today, at Bere Nutition Center

Children who are scared, sick, tired and malnourished come to Bere Nutrition Center to be healed. Many patients take part in a mulit week program that allows them to regain their strength and health through proper nourishment and education to the parents. Watch this video to see the faces of just a few of the lives that Bere continues to touch each and every day through the support provided by organizations like AHI, Restore a child, and others.

 

  

Bere Nutition Center Success Story

Restore a child continues to work with AHI site, Bere Nutrition Center in Chad. Here is just one of the many success stories that this center is able to be a part of.

Nekarmbay Viviane was very malnourished when she first came to Bere for treatment. But three weeks later, her improvement is astounding.

 

 

Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS)

PAACS is a strategic response program created to meet the growing need of surgeons throughout Africa. There are currently 10 PAACS training facility, and today, Malamulo Hospital is the newest member. Watch this video with Dr. Arega Fekadu, general surgeon and assistant program director of Malamulo PAACS as he discusses the program further. 

 

Bere Adventist Hospital - projects update

Restore a child is partnering to help AHI facility, Bere Adventist Hospital in Chad. Learn more about it here. 

 

Global Healthcare Conference 2015 - ZAMBIA

In 2015, the Global Healthcare Conference traveled to Africa, holding conferences in both Abidjan and Zambia. This is a short video put together after the second conference was completed in Zambia.  

 

Bere Adventist Hospital, Chad

In the middle of Chad is a nutrition center. THis video showcases just a portion of the work that is being done through this hospital. 

 

Chalala Woodlands Adventist Medical Center

Adventist Health International - Zambia is undertaking the construction of a state of the art health facility in Lusaka, Zambia. The first phase of the project is the creation of a multi-specialty clinic that will serve as a financially sustainable hub for other AHI - Zambia institutions. This new facility will be located on a ten acre site in the Chalala neighborhood of Lusaka.

 

SDA Community Hospital of Trinidad

SDA Community Hospital of Trinidad has been undergoing renovations this year, including the radiology department. Here is a time-lapse taken during the installation of the new MRI. Shot by AHI volunteer, Eva Ryckman, this video condenses a long day of work into a quick 49 seconds.   

 

109 year old midwife shares favorite song during Malamulo celebration

On September 8, AHI site, Malamulo Hospital celebrated 100 years of healing. There to share in the merriment was retired nurse midwife Lisnett Chipyoza. She is 109 years old and, during an interview taken after the celebration, she had one simple request - that she be able to sing her favorite song, "Sweet Hour of Prayer."   

 

PICU Team Takes on Malawi

In June 2015 a five person PICU team from Loma Linda University Health traveled to Malawi to teach educational courses, PALS and PFCCS, at both AHI sites, Malamulo Adventist Hospital and Blantyre Adventist Hospital. Here is a brief overview of the material they covered being applied during a mock code.     

 

Serving Far from Home- Nepal

Bradley Cacho is a medical student at Loma Linda University. He made the decision to do a medical rotation in the country of Nepal at AHi site, Scheer Memorial Hospital. Watch this video to learn about his experience as he discovered the challenges and rewards of working in a place far from home.   

 

Front Lines of the Ebola War

James Appel, MD, and Gillian Seton, MD, report on their recent experience serving in the Ebola-stricken country of Liberia.