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Global Partners in Care

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Improving access to hospice and palliative care worldwide where the need is great and resources are few through collaborative partnerships between US and international organizations.
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child smiling with doctor
When tasked with writing a blog post that would be published in the middle of November, my first thought was, “Perfect, easy – everyone loves a post that is comforting, moving and inspiring during the season of giving thanks!” When I learned the blog post topic was global health, well … after the last 18 months we’ve had, all I could think was, “How am I supposed to put a positive spin on global health at a time like this?” While the state of global health these days may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking…

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  • Title: Visiting GPIC from Malawi and Ohio
  • Charity: Global Partners in Care
  • Country: Malawi
  • Photo Credit: Global Partners in Care

  • Title: Muhamed with his palliative care team
  • Charity: Global Partners in Care
  • Country: Uganda
  • Photo Credit: Kawempe Home Care

  • Title: Scholarship Recipients
  • Charity: Global Partners in Care
  • Country: Uganda
  • Photo Credit: APCA

Without nurses and social workers trained in palliative care, those in low-resource settings who suffer from life-limiting conditions will continue to struggle with pain and symptom management. This is why we are providing scholarships for these vital healthcare providers in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Muhamed with his palliative care team
Right now, millions of children globally need palliative care. Palliative care is essential for cancer patients – including children with cancer. According to the World Health Organization, “Palliative care for children represents a special, albeit closely related field to adult palliative care”. It is an active and total approach to care, embracing physical, emotional, social and spiritual elements. It focuses on quality of life for the child and support for the whole family. The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) advocates for children’s palliative care to be acknowledged and respected as a unique discipline within health care systems and provided by suitably trained and qualified people to all children with incurable or life-threatening conditions and their families, regardless of where they live in the world. See how some of our partners are supporting pediatric cancer patients. Kawempe Home Care – Defying the Odds (Uganda) Muhamed is 18 years old and…