Specialty Care Solutions in the Developing World - Pitfalls and Potential

Public health measures such as vaccines and clean water are certainly critical and foundational to transforming health in a limited resource setting. However there are times as a long term medical missionary when the huge health disparities between specialty medical care in the developing and the developed world motivate one to initiate specialized treatment programs where none exist. We will discuss the factors to consider in beginning and sustaining these programs in extremely limited resource settings with examples from neonatology, hematology, and oncology at Kibuye Hope Hospital, a 170 bed teaching hospital in rural Burundi.


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  • Ravi


    Beloved Sister Alyssa in Christ Greetings to you from Ashakiran Rural Medical Mission India in the most precious name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ - Grace and Peace be unto you from the Father which is heaven - Amen. Dear Alyssa I am Pastor Ravi kumar serving the Lord in Telugu Baptist Church and we are running an NGO called Ashakiran Rural Medical Mission which is working for rural communities on Health, Education and Community Development. We would like to know about your mission work, and if God willing we would like to invole with your mission work and have partnership with your mission work even from southern part of India also, we are from southern part of India, if God willing we will be waiting for your valuable reply in this regard. Thank you and God bless you Sincerely in Christ Pastor.Ravi kumar ( Telugu Baptist Church) Ashakiran Rural Medical Mission (Director) India. (which means Ray of Hope)