- An Anabaptist Theology of Health Care by Willard Swartley
- Grace and Healing Ministry Dodoma, serving people living with HIV/AIDS and vulnerable children in Dodoma, Tanzania
- Jericho Road Community Health Center, serving refugees, asylum-seekers, immigrants and other under-served people in Buffalo, NY and around the world
- Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience at Eastern Mennonite University
- Teaching as Learning: The Gift of Intercultural Work by Rick Stiffney, former CEO of Mennonite Health Services
- Q & A: a First-Generation Medical Student Begins His Journey in Healthcare
Welcome to GAHN! First quarterly GAHN newsletter introducing members to the organization, how to connect, and how to get involved. Click here.
Explore various new beginnings and new steps in our first newsletter of 2019. Click here for the full newsletter. Includes a sneak peak at Eastern Mennonite University’s Strategies for Trauma Awareness & Resilience (STAR) program and a Q&A with a first-generation, Mennonite medical student.
Servant leadership is the focus of the July newsletter. Rick Stiffney, former CEO with Mennonite Health Services, writes of the leadership training he recently facilitated in Ethiopia; read about it here. An article featuring Jericho Road Community Health Center, based in Buffalo, NY, demonstrates servant leadership in their work with refugees, asylum seekers, immigrants, and other under-served peoples.