Few things are more important for the well-being of people and nations than good health for both young and old. When children are well, they can go to school. When teachers are in good health, they can teach. When doctors are fit, they can heal, educate and prevent illness. Since 2015, with the help of people like you, Global Ministries Global Health has provided life-saving interventions to over one million newborns, children and adolescents in many vulnerable communities around the world.

To do this, Global Ministries partners with thousands of communities and health workers through community-based health programs and provides support to more than 300 United Methodist hospitals and clinics. Global Ministries is also the lead agency for the UMC’s Abundant Health Initiative, so it strives to prioritize programs that meet the needs of the marginalized.

Global Ministries’ Global Health unit is dedicated to promoting good health among those at risk by strengthening health systems and building health resilience among some of the world’s most fragile communities. The vision of abundant health for all focuses on efforts to promote physical, emotional and spiritual well-being through programs in the United States and overseas. Global Health programs focus on assisting economically vulnerable communities to protect children and disadvantaged adults from preventable causes of death and disease.

With your gift, you are there helping some of the most marginalized families and communities in some of the most underserved places in the world. Your gift will help:

  • § bolster partner hospitals and clinics by training staff, repairing and renovating buildings, and providing medicines and other essential resources;
  • § prevent, treat, and cure complications of pregnancy and deadly diseases like dysentery, typhoid, malaria and HIV and AIDS; and
  • § provide families and clinics with access to clean water and hygiene and sanitation to protect against diseases like cholera, Ebola, and COVID-19.

Be there for those in need with your gift to Global Health today. giveumcmission.org/flourishing

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