From July 7–9, 2015 in Washington, D.C., CMMB is co-sponsoring an important conference on “Religion and Sustainable Development: Building Partnerships to End Extreme Poverty,” which brings together a group of prominent faith-based organizations, religious leaders, and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim to discuss the role of faith in combating poverty. New Research on the Impact […]
News & Updates
The consequences of HIV stigma and discrimination can be devastating. These include being shunned by family and communities, poor treatment in health and education settings, and emotional and psychological trauma, among many others. These consequences also limit access to HIV testing, treatment, and other critical HIV-related services. In Luampa, Luampa District, in the Western Province of Zambia, Chief […]
Breana McKinnon, a registered nurse based in Baltimore, Maryland, recently completed a one-year deployment as a CMMB volunter nurse at Tabaka Mission Hospital in Kisii, Kenya, from November 2013 through October 2014. Below is her story. I pursued my degree and vocation in nursing because I felt called to help people. After I graduated as […]
Read the latest update from CMMB in our Summer 2015 newsletter!