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MAP International

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Christian organization providing life-changing medicines and health supplies to people in need. Serving all people, regardless of religion, gender, race, nationality, or ethnic background.
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Benjamin Franklin famously said, “When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.” Those that live in the United States often do not think twice about the source of their water or whether it is safe to bathe in or drink. It is a luxury that billions of people worldwide do not know, an uncertainty that communities live with every day. Throughout the movement for clean water access is an acronym called WASH, which stands for “water, sanitation and hygiene services.” This concept is used widely by our charity partners and other government entities that focus on worldwide clean…

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  • Title: Saving Lives in Rural Liberia
  • Charity: MAP International
  • Country: Liberia
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  • Title: Saving Lives with Pediatric Antibiotics
  • Charity: MAP International
  • Country: Somalia
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  • Title: Improving Maternal and Child Health
  • Charity: MAP International
  • Country: Haiti
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Saving Lives with Pediatric Antibiotics
Dr. Mohamed Abdihalim, a neuroradiologist in St. Paul, Minnesota, has a heart for the people of Somalia and for serving those who have little access to necessary medical resources. He runs Somali Medical Relief, a charity that provides affordable medical imaging services in Bosaso, Somalia. For the past three years, Dr. Abdihalim has been leading medical mission teams to work with the Bosaso General Hospital, the city’s main public hospital. One of the patients that benefited from that trip was little Ali, an 8-month-old boy who was diagnosed with pneumonia. His family traveled from a neighboring village to get him the care that he needed. When they arrived, the doctors were able to treat him with antibiotics that were brought by Dr. Abdihalim from MAP International. His family was very grateful that he was able to receive the care that he needed. According to the World Health Organization, pneumonia is…