BirthLink Visits HEAL Africa’s Neonatal Center
May 12, 2022
Global Strategies long time British partner, BirthLink, visited our joint program in Goma, DRC.
A New Partnership: Preeclampsia Foundation
May 12, 2022
Global Strategies is proud to announce a new partnership with the Preeclampsia Foundation to improve access to health information for pregnant women.
Global Strategies Highlighted in World Health Organization Report
January 21, 2021
The World Health Organization included the work of Global Strategies in a recent report on newborn care in low- and middle-income countries.
HEAL Africa’s Quadruplets Turn One
August 1, 2020
What a difference a year makes. This past spring, Keren, Ketsia, Kenaya and Kendra turned one-year-old.
Chalkboard: Tracking Neonatal Mortality
January 9, 2019
It is September 3, 1854 and 70 people from a single London neighborhood have died from diarrhea in the last 24 hours. If they died today, doctors would identify the cause of death as “vibrio cholerae.”
Chalkboard: Oxygen Saturation
September 12, 2018
Imagine that a friend calls you on the phone. He just got his driver’s license today and tells you this: “I am driving and noticed a light is on that looks like a gas pump. What does it mean?”
Scholarships Provide Liberian Nursing Students Opportunities for Bright Futures
May 31, 2018
Students at Mother Patern College of Health Sciences are studying to become nurses, social workers, or laboratory technicians. Global Strategies has sponsored dozens of scholarships since our program began in 2014.
Liberia Nurses Home Visit Program
May 12, 2018
This week, our team visited the nurses at Star of the Sea clinic and shadowed them for a day as they visited mothers and babies at their homes.
Pediatric Rehabilitation in Sargur, India: Helping Parents Find Hope
January 23, 2018
Children born early or with complications in low resource settings around the world often have to face the consequences of less than ideal birth outcomes – living with a disability.
Return to Goma-town
September 28, 2017
Using Technology to Improve Health
January 1, 2016
Health for All the Small
January 1, 2015
Dr. Luc Malemo (far left) and Dr. Givano Kashemwa (far right) congratulate the first graduates of the neonatal nurse training course: Misi, Assani, and Sister Delphine.
Conserving Life in Rural Zimbabwe
August 1, 2014
Old-Fashioned Meets High-Tech in Liberia
January 1, 2014
Aerial view of the West Point neighborhood of Monrovia, Liberia, home to 75,000 Liberians and the appropriately named Star of the Sea Health Center.
World Physical Therapy Day—September 2013
September 1, 2013
Special Father’s Day Thanks 2013
June 13, 2013
Mentoring and Technology in Liberia
May 10, 2013
Empowering with Technology
March 30, 2013