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03 / 04 / 2014
About Peyton Peyton went to Guatemala with Curamericas Global in 2012 and 2013 with her classmates from Fayetteville Academy High School. Now Peyton is a freshman at the Colorado School of Mine... More...
01 / 09 / 2014
reposted from the mHealth Alliance By Casey McCormick Curamericas Global has been working alongside our partner organization, Curamericas Guatemala, for over 10 years. In October of 2011, w... More...
04 / 23 / 2013
Buzz and Sandra are featured in our Spring 2013 Grassroots Newsletter. This is the extended article and interview with the Hartfords. Buzz and Sandra Hartford of Cumberland Center, Maine, ... More...
04 / 12 / 2013
By Lauren Heafy, Curamericas Global Intern Students from the Spanish Honor Society (SHS) at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida have made a great contribution to Curameric... More...
03 / 27 / 2013
By Andrew Herrera, Curamericas Global Program Associate Last week I participated in the North Carolina State University Conference on Inter-Americas Peacebuilding, sponsored by the School of Pu... More...
03 / 19 / 2013
By Leah Gardner, Curamericas Global Intern Are you drinking water right now? Perhaps you have a bottle or a glass of it on your desk or nightstand. Maybe you had a glass with dinner or after a ... More...
03 / 14 / 2013
On April 5, 2013, the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Student Global Health Committee and Student Government are hosting a Charity Gala in Chapel Hill that will benefit Curamericas... More...
03 / 07 / 2013
By Francesca Florey, Curamericas Global Executive Director International Women’s Day (IWD) has been observed since the early 1900’s as a result of the economic expansion that occurr... More...
02 / 19 / 2013
By Nancy Warren, Curamericas Global Intern to Liberia My first “re-impression” of Liberia has been a positive one. Riding into Monrovia from the airport I saw a lot of literal and f... More...
01 / 17 / 2013
Fall 2012 Interns Although the semester is over, we want to highlight the work of our Fall 2012 interns and share more about them with you.  They provided a fantastic support to our progra... More...
12 / 21 / 2012
As we shared in our Fall Grassroots Newsletter, Curamericas is partnering with the Haitian Ministry of Health to provide community-level health promotion and HIV testing services at each of three f... More...
11 / 07 / 2012
Ronald McDonald House Charities® is funding a three-year project to provide safer and culturally acceptable centers for women to give birth in northwest Guatemala, replicating our Casa Materna ... More...
10 / 23 / 2012
Last week IntraHealth International welcomed Curamericas Global and Intern Lisa Briggs to present her work at a brown bag lunch session.  Lisa has followed up and expanded on research... More...
09 / 26 / 2012
Thank You to our Summer Volunteers and Interns! Some of you traveled miles and miles to Guatemala and others worked in our main office but all of you helped us meet our goals and we couldn'... More...
08 / 21 / 2012
By Cherie Conley, Curamericas Global Summer Intern When I first started looking for global health internships in my International Studies graduate program, I was focused on the obvious choices ... More...
08 / 14 / 2012
By Stephanie McMillan, Development Associate Finding the Middle Ground to Save Lives While visiting with a local group of supporters in Fayetteville, North Carolina last month, Guatemala Pr... More...
07 / 18 / 2012
By Betty Rupp, Curamericas Global Intern to Liberia Today is my first day in Ganta, Liberia after arriving from Monrovia in heavy rain the night before. Ganta is the second largest city in Libe... More...
06 / 04 / 2012
A Nurse’s Perspective on Global Health by Cherie Conley.  Nursing  This past month, a whole week was set aside to acknowledge and honor the contributions of nurses to the he... More...
04 / 24 / 2012
Volunteers help Curamericas Global meet our project goals through their generous gifts of time and resources.  Madison Horizon's Rotary Club of Wisconsin and Florida Gulf Coast University ... More...
02 / 23 / 2012
This is the final post of a three-part special story from Ira Stollak, KPC Consultant in Guatemala.  A sort of "day in the life" in the highlands of rural Guatemala.  Read part ... More...
02 / 21 / 2012
This is the second post of a three-part special story from Ira Stollak, KPC Consultant in Guatemala.  A sort of "day in the life" in the highlands of rural Guatemala.  Read part... More...
02 / 17 / 2012
To kick off the start of our four-year Guatemala Child Survival Project, 50 men and women conducted 600 in-home questionnaires for the Knowledge, Practice, and Coverage survey (KPC).  The KPC ... More...
02 / 09 / 2012
Seven members of the Madison Horizons Rotary Club of Madison, Wisconsin will travel to Guatemala this week to help construct a new Casa Materna.  Building another Casa Materna is part of our n... More...
02 / 06 / 2012
We are now at the mid-term of our Family Planning project in Liberia and we are seeing incredible results already.  This intervention is currently a one-year project and not only have we surpa... More...
02 / 02 / 2012
Josephine, our trusted Maternal Newborn Health Team Officer since 2009, completed her time with the Nehnwaa Child Survival Project at the end of January.  Josephine is now the Clinical Supervi... More...
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