Jenny Eaton Dyer, PhD – From Missions to Congress: Why Advocacy Matters

In this Plenary Session at the 2017 M3 Conference, Jenny Eaton Dyer, PhD, Executive Director of Hope Through Healing Hands, discusses the importance of advocacy.  She shares how storytelling from the fields of global medical missions to Congressional leaders can influence poverty focused assistance for health and development in low income nations. Further, Dyer will look at the critical interventions for maternal and child health to save lives and enhance sustainability for communities.

Click here for more information on the work of Hope Through Healing Hands.

 

Steve James, CRNA and founder of Kenya Relief M3 Breakout Session 2017

In this session from the 2017 M3 Conference, Steve James shares about the work of KenyaRelief.org, which has a 15 year history of providing safe and well organized medical/surgical mission trips for more than 3,000 health care providers.

Steve James is a veteran anesthesia provider who turned tragedy into triumph by founding Kenyarelief.org after the death of his daughter in 2001. He has mastered short-term medical and surgical missions and created a safe, sustainable program involving health, education, and care of orphans and vulnerable children. He organizes over 20 teams of missionaries each year who provide free medical services including, but definitely not limited to, pediatrics, ophthalmology, and obstetrics/gynecology.

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