Stories of Hope


Firsthand stories from the people whose lives have been touched by MAP medicines

Enjoy these stories of hope and inspiration about the people whose lives were changed thanks to medicines and health supplies provided by MAP International. We invite you to explore our library and share these stories of hope.

    BRINGING RELIEF TO Baby Tatiana - Haiti

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    GRATITUDE IN GUATEMALA - MAP Supplies Change Lives

    Fixing a child’s cleft lip or palate…or re-setting broken limbs that never healed properly...

    In...

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    A Flower Blooms in Cambodia

    For 62 years Chantou hid her face.

    Shunned by her community, Chantou spent the majority of her...

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    A Mother's Gift from God

    The young mother drew the blanket close to shade her baby. The sun burned down on Susanna and...

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    MAP Receives GuideStar 2019 Platinum Seal of Transparency

    Worldwide, the need for medicines in resource-poor communities continues to grow. Combine this...

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    MAP’s Mission Is Personal to Board Member

    For MAP International board member Abidemi Oseni-Oyebode (“Abi”), the organization’s mission is...

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    MAP’s Chagas Program Gets High Marks

    Chagas disease is common in places where you find the triatomine bug, often called the “kissing...

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    MAP Disaster Health Kits: Comfort in times of disaster

    Celestina was sound asleep when the winds began to shake her simple home. Within minutes, the water...

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    Meeting the World’s Needs Close to Home

    Clarkston, Georgia is often referred to as "the most diverse square mile in America" and "the...

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    Bringing Children Health in Guatemala

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    Bringing Children Health in Guatemala

    Brenda, a single mother of two, is employed as a domestic worker, washing and ironing clothes....

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    Supporters Big and Small Following Hurricane Dorian

    When fourth-grade teacher, Nafi Espana, from St. Simons Elementary located in St. Simons,...

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    MAP Responds to Hurricane Dorian

    “Extreme Destruction”     “Historic Tragedy”     “Devastating”

    These are the words being used to...

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    From the desk of Steve Stirling: MAP Turns 65!

    Turning 65 often brings thoughts of retirement. But here at MAP, we’re celebrating our 65th...

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    How does MAP choose which medicines to provide to those in need?

    Have you ever wondered how MAP chooses which medicines to provide those in need?  

    Great...

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    Relieving Pain and Providing Hope in Belize

    Fevers are a miserable part of any illness. Thankfully, for most of us, a simple aspirin or...

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    World Refugee Day 2019: MAP Aids Refugee Girls in Lebanon

    Today is World Refugee Day, a day dedicated to recognizing refugees who are living in exile to...

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    MAP provides Disaster Health Kits for the US Navy’s Hospital Ship Comfort

    MAP International is honored to announce the support of the U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort...

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    Eyes Wide Open in Burundi

    It’s every parent’s nightmare. Your child is sick and you’re powerless to help them.

    This was...

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    Showing Love with Medicine Worldwide

    MAP International's mission of providing medicines and health supplies to people in need extends...

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    “Behind Each Face is a Story”

    Can you imagine waiting hours in line for food at a grocery store? How about driving to your...

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    Rebirth and Renewal: Happy Easter from MAP

    During this Holy week, we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ who died for our sins. It...

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    Antibiotics For A Special Child

    To Albertina and her husband, every child is a gift from God. So even though her seven children...

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    Stopping seizures, saving lives

    Today, in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day, MAP International joins in support of...

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    World Water Day 2019: MAP's Work Worldwide

    Today is World Water Day – an international day to bring awareness of the need for clean water...

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    UPDATE: Devastating Winter Adds to Suffering of Syrian Refugees

    Two months ago, MAP reported on the dire circumstances faced by Syrians residing in refugee...

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    Stories From the Field: MAP in El Salvador

    With fewer than 50 employees around the world, how does MAP distribute the life-changing...

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    Two Miracles in Haiti

    The fear on the woman’s face was easy to see. Pregnant with twins, the young woman entered the...

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    More Than Flowers and Candy

    “…Love each other as I have loved you.” - John 15:12

    In a week that is full of hearts and...

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    Health and Hope for Mother and Baby

    Angelina, a pregnant mother of three, lives with her children in a slum near a large garbage...

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    World Leprosy Day 2019

    This Sunday, January 27, is World Leprosy Day, a day to raise awareness of a disease that many...

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    Bringing Hope to Our Neighbors

    During her worst times, the days were long and the nights seemed endless for Marcia Emerson....

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    How Magdelena Came to Shine

    “It started with a small sore on my face,” remembers Magdalena. “But soon my entire face was...

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    Devastating Rain & Winter Chill Adds to Suffering of Syrian Refugees

    Imagine living in Tennessee or North Carolina when a cold front dumps freezing rain on your...

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    We Pause to Reflect on You - Our Most Faithful Supporters

    As we begin a new year, we want to pause and reflect on you, our donors who sustain MAP’s work...

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    The Fruits of Your Support

    How does MAP International touch so many lives and provide so much help? None of it would be...

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    A Year of Record Disasters and MAP’s Unparalleled Response

    When Hurricane Michael roared across the Florida Panhandle and into Georgia, the homes and...

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    Unconditional Love Then and Now

    The father’s love for his daughter was apparent from the moment he walked into the busy clinic....

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    You Can Trust MAP with Your Giving

    The Christmas season, now in full swing, is a time for giving and sharing the abundance of our...

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    “Where Healthcare Doesn't Exist” in Rural Uganda

    You can throw a rock from almost any street corner in America and hit a drugstore. While that...

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    The Merciful End to the 2018 Hurricane Season

    The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season mercifully ended today.

    Hopefully you were not among those...

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    Curbing Antibiotic Resistance While Ensuring Access for All

    Good stewardship goes beyond just using donor gifts wisely today.

    MAP views stewardship as...

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    #MyGivingStory: Never Too Young to Give Back

    Growing up in South Georgia, Nicholas Booth was raised to believe it is always “better to give...

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    Stories From the Field: Gratitude in Rural Haiti

    We are humbled by the stories we receive of health and hope from around the world. Daily we...

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    One Brave Little Girl in India

    The little girl’s screams could be heard throughout the crowded clinic. In the seventeen days...

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    A Gift of Health For A Gifted Student - Dulce Maria's Dream

    Dulce Maria is an excellent student. She never misses school and at just 10 years old, she is...

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    "God Has Not Forgotten Us"

    Edna Paz, her husband and five children, live in a poor rural area of Guatemala. Unemployment is...

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    Miracles Big and Small After Hurricane Michael

    Hurricane Michael roared across the Florida panhandle leaving behind a swath of destruction of...

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    Lessons of Faith in the Midst of Disaster

    (Photo: Survivors of the Fuego Volcano eruption fill the church in Escintia, Guatemala)

    As...

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    Life-Saving Medicine for One Baby in Nigeria

    The baby had been abandoned. Left to die on the beach in Nigeria under a layer of sand. But the...

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    Before, During, and Now After Hurricane Florence

    On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria's devastating landfall in Puerto Rico, MAP...

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    Getting Ahead of the Storm: How MAP Plans for Disasters

    One year ago today, Hurricane Irma made landfall on Cudjoe Key, Florida as a Category 4 storm...

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    God Will Find a Way

    For 48 years, Beatrice was unable to look people in the eye. Born in Rwanda with chronic foot...

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    Notes From The Field: Liberia

    As I conclude my travels in Liberia this week before heading to Cote d'Ivorie, I want to share...

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    After the Rains Came: Hurricane Harvey One Year Later

    When Hurricane Harvey slammed into Houston one year ago, residents of the fourth most populous...

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    Behind the Scenes: Rose's Resilience

    After I introduced myself to Rose, the first words I remember her saying were, “Lespwa fè viv.”

    ...

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    When Medicine Isn't Available

    This piece originally appeared in Physician Family magazine, Summer 2018

    We hardly give it a...

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    MAP Disaster Health Kits Help People Living in Refugee Camps

    The MAP Disaster Health Kit is a simple, yet dramatic product for people living in the most...

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    A Disaster Survivor Saved by MAP Medicine

    “It was my day off and I was at home when I began to feel the earth shaking,” says Rose, as she...

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    This Smile Is For You

    want to share this little boy's smile with you.  His name is Frankie. And, that smile is for...

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    When Light and A New Life Shine Through in Kenya

    When you support MAP International, you reach into the most difficult places on earth to shine...

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    Behind the Scenes: Mellisia's Story

    We found no shelter from the heat underneath the seven-foot boxwood. Though the trees dotted the...

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    Guatemala Volcano Update: Why Your Donation Today Matters

    The pictures of the little girls who had suffered burns in the aftermath of the Fuego volcano...

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    Steve Stirling Honored for Lifelong Commitment To Healing Children

    MAP International President Steve Stirling was honored with the 2018 Human Excellence Award on...

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    A Volunteer Miracle Worker in Guatemala

    You may never meet Dr. Jose Amezquita, unless you are in desperate need of medical care in...

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    Tragedy in Guatemala: Fuego Volcano Update

    Sadly, the tragic news from aftermath of the Guatemala Fuego volcano continues.

    News reports...

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    Deadly Lava and Ash: Fuego Volcano Destroys Parts of Guatemala

    A river of boiling volcanic lava and ash overwhelmed communities 30 miles outside Guatemala...

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    When Lives Depend on MAP: Preparing for the 2018 Hurricane Season

    For the people of Puerto Rico and Texas, the chance of any hurricane threat seems daunting. So...

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    A Miracle and An Answered Prayer in Haiti

    More than anything in the world, Mellisia wanted a child. So she was thrilled when God answered...

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    What Are You Doing this Summer?

    This summer, thousands of Americans will use precious vacation days to visit some of the...

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    Why Mothers Matter on Mother's Day

    Mother’s Day is a time to honor the mothers in our lives who seem to keep the train running on...

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    Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter to be Honored at the 2018 Bill Foege Global Health Awards

    The second annual Bill Foege Global Health Awards will be presented by MAP International...

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    Before The Storm Hits: Being Prepared For Disaster

    Even before a disaster hits, MAP becomes a disaster response center. And much of the preparation...

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    Q & A: How does MAP choose which medicines to provide to those in need?

    Have you ever wondered how MAP chooses which medicines to provide those in need?

    Great question! 

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    Showing Love with Medicine

    People began to line up just as the sun was rising. By 8 am, the line circled the entire block...

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    Medicine and Hope in Honduras

    When members of MAP staff walked into the clinic in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, they were...

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    Volunteers Paying it Forward

    This week we celebrate National Volunteer Week by honoring those who help MAP achieve its...

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    How One Family Learned to Fight Chagas Disease and Won

    High in the mountains of Bolivia, in a very simple one-room adobe home, Mayra lives with her...

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    Fighting a Silent Killer in Bolivia: World Chagas Day 2018

    World Chagas Day is tomorrow, April 14.

    This world health day is designed to raise awareness of...

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    Sowing Into Good Soil

    At times the days were long and the nights felt endless.

    Marcia was living out of her car -...

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    World Health Day 2018:          Improving Access To Medicines

    MAP International is recognizing World Health Day this April 7 to raise awareness among our...

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    Happy Easter from MAP International

    Dear Friend,

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    Seeing Miracles in Guatemala

    Miracles happen every day, change your perception of what a miracle is, and you'll see them all...

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    On the Front Lines of a Silent Killer: Diarrhea In Children Worldwide

    It’s a disease you do not hear a lot about in the US and hope you never do. Few children in this...

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    Music and Medicine Provide Hope and Healing

    Everyone has the capacity to be generous.  But not everyone is generous with their time, talent ...

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    Six Months After Hurricane Maria, Some Hope But Much Healing Remains

    Have you ever lost power after a storm? Maybe it was out for a few hours…or even a few days. You...

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    Treating the Young and Old in Honduras: Medical Missions at Work

    From a distance, Mary watched the 88-year-old woman attempting to cross the crowded schoolyard...

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    MAP Partners with The Carter Center & Liberia Ministry of Health to improve Mental Health in Liberia

    MAP International, The Carter Center and the Liberian Ministry of Health have formed a...

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    Six Months After Hurricane Irma, Mended Homes and Hearts

    When Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys six months ago, its final path was uncertain. But,...

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    Pausing to Reflect: Donor Comments That Sustain Us

    In this season of Lent, we reflect and prepare for the celebration of Easter. Through the...

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    Honoring Female Heroes on International Women's Day

    Today is International Women's Day, a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and...

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    MAP Announces Two New Members to Board of Directors and New Board Chair

    The MAP International Board of Directors recently elected a new board chairman and welcomed the...

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    Mission Team Angels: A Mother's Prayer is Answered

    The town of San Rafael sits on the outskirts of Puerto Penasco, a Mexican fishing town that has...

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    2017 Global Community Health Achievements: Africa

    Because of your support, MAP International has been providing medicines for people in need for...

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    Global Community Development: 2017 MAP Achievements & News

    One of the highlights of MAP International’s 2017 Annual Report is a summary of our Global...

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    New Tax Law Effects 

    The tax reform bill, signed into law for 2018, aims to simplify the way most Americans file...

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    MAP President, Steve Stirling Honored by American Korean Friendship Society

    The American Korean Friendship Society (AKFS) and its Board members hosted the 2018 New American...

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    Tribute and Recognition of Phil Mazzilli, Chairman of the Board

    Today, MAP International recognizes and honors the service and dedication of, Phil Mazzilli, our...

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    A Year in Review: Health and Hope in Action

    MAP International is pleased to share our 2017 Annual Report outlining successes across the...

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    Damaged Buildings and Souls: Update on Bolivia Mudslide

    Last week we shared news of the devastating mudslides that affected central Bolivia.  It’s hard...

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    Promises Not Made but Promises Kept

    The beautiful little girl from a farming village in the central highlands of Vietnam could not...

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    When the Rain Came Down: Devastating Mudslides in Bolivia

    It’s hard to imagine the fear of torrential rains causing the river in your neighborhood rise....

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    MAP Collaborates With Partners To Increase Access to Medicines

    Beginning today, MAP will be hosting its inaugural MAP International Partner Conference. MAP’s...

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    Love need not be blind...

    He lived hours away from the clinic in Huatulco, Mexico. The elderly gentleman entered the...

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    Surviving Leprosy: A Story of Grace

    Sunday was World Leprosy Day, a day that aims to raise awareness of a disease that many people...

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    Sharing The Passion - Comments from Supporters

    As we lay the foundation for 2018, the comments MAP receives from our donors reminds us of the...

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    Leaving A Legacy of Hope

    Dr. Naomi Archer provides pediatric care to children at the HCJB Hospital in Ecuador in 1954

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    The Dangers of Counterfeit Medicine

    Imagine your child is sick but the closest clinic is days away. That is the unfortunate...

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    Friends Working Together to Improve a Life

    The beautiful child almost blended into the sea of happy faces as volunteers distributed rice and...

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    MAP Honors the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King

    Today MAP International honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King who dedicated his life to...

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    Stories from the Field: The Best of 2017

    We received countless stories from the field that touched our hearts in 2017. Stories came in from...

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    Restoring Health and Hope: 2017 Disaster Relief Update

    It's been more than 100 days since Hurricane Maria shattered the homes, livelihoods, and...

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    A Record Year of Serving Those Most in Need

    Our hearts are full and the MAP International team is deeply humbled by the tremendous support...

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    It was just a scratch...

    It was just a scratch. The kind of minor injury that happens when kids play outside.

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    Migrants

     Imagine being forced to flee everything you've known, you and your very young children, leaving...

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    A Time to Stop and Ponder

    As we hurry to finish last minute Christmas shopping, it’s easy to get caught up in all the ways...

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    New Sneakers for America

    New sneakers will be on the Christmas list of many children in the United States this holiday....

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    A Miracle Through the Eyes of a Teenager in Peru

    Jose walked into the waiting room of a local hospital in Lima, Peru with a swagger that matched...

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    Sharing A Passion - Comments from Our Supporters

    Daily we are humbled by the comments we receive from MAP International supporters.

    We are so...

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    Hurricane Maria Update: Serving One's Community in the Midst of Chaos

     

    When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the devastation did not discriminate by economic...

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    A Great Year to Donate Stocks

    For most people who own stocks, 2017 has been a very good year. Stock prices have risen...

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    Stories of Hope:  Meet Carlos

    Carlos is a 43-year-old bus driver with a big heart and steadfast faith. He prides himself on...

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    All I Want for Christmas is Hope

    “What do you want for Christmas this year?” my family begins to ask in November. They usually...

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    Hands Helping Hands: Life-Changing Surgeries in Honduras

    Every parent remembers the first time they laid eyes on their newborn child. We stare in...

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    The miracle of your gifts to MAP: Hope in Nicaragua

    Active volcanoes in the distance and the waste dump near Angelina’s lean-to in Nicaragua spew...

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    Stories of Children Helping Children

    Today is Universal Children’s Day.

    Children represent the future of life on our planet.

    At MAP,...

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    Repairing the World One Gift at a Time

    Candice Dyer was moved by the images she saw on television each week as hurricane after...

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    Antibiotics - The Difference Between Life & Death

    Did you know this week is World Antibiotic Awareness Week?

    Antibiotics are so integrated into...

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    Choosing Charity Over Chocolate: Helping Syrian Refugees in Jordan

    Kate McLeod wanted to make Halloween more meaningful for trick-or-treaters visiting her...

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    Life After the Storm: Healthcare in Puerto Rico Seven Weeks After Maria

    What is real in Puerto Rico nearly two months after Hurricane Maria is this: almost 60 percent...

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    Leslie Mattingly Shares Her Giving Story - What's Your #MyGiving Story?

    When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico with devastating impact, St. Simons resident and...

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    Good Housekeeping Recommends MAP: Why Endorsements Matter

    For over 100 years, Good Housekeeping magazine has been a trusted source for women to connect...

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    Responding to Neighbors in Need After Hurricane Harvey

    Houston resident Brent Flaskamp and his family were among the fortunate ones. Relatively...

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    "We Need to Celebrate Our Success”: The Role of Medical Donations in the Advancement of Neglected Tropical Disease Programs

    For over 60 years, MAP International has been a leader in providing medicines for people who...

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    Changing Lives: An Ecuador Medical Mission Success Story    

    Meet Carlos. His beautiful smile is the result of the amazing work performed by surgeons working...

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    Providing Comfort to Victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

    When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, MAP was ready to respond, providing much-needed Disaster...

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    Haiti One Year Later: Hope Flourishes Despite the Challenges

     

    When Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti last October, MAP was one of the first to respond...

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    Recognizing Excellence in Global Health

    As a way to honor those making substantial progress in global health, MAP International...

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    'You can't get sick now' - Dire Medical Conditions in Puerto Rico

    One month ago today, Hurricane Maria roared through the Caribbean and slammed into Puerto Rico....

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    Puerto Rico Needs Your Help

    (Editor's Note:  MAP International is working to save lives and restore hope for people in...

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    MAP Partners with Rotary Clubs to Support Local Communities

    Rotary Clubs across Southeast Georgia are partnering with MAP International to provide medical...

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    'This is going to be a long road'

    Like the rest of the world, MAP International is shocked and saddened by the images emerging...

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    A Greater Portion of Grace - Harvey Relief Update

     

    Since the flooding began, our team from Grace Church of Humble, Texas has been working 12-14...

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    Spreading Hope in the Middle of Despair: Hurricane Irma

    “It could have been so much worse,” is a phrase I’ve now heard from people standing in the midst...

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    Irma Relief: A measure of comfort in a difficult time

    Tens of thousands of Coastal Georgia residents are returning to their communities following...

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    Hurricane Irma Update

    Many of our friends and family experienced significant flooding due to the enormous tidal surge...

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    MAP International Mandatory Evacuation

    MAP’s international headquarters, located in Brunswick, Ga., is now officially closed since...

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    When Disaster Hits Home

    As a MAP board member, I’ve had the privilege of seeing how MAP responds to disasters.On a visit...
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    MAP Relief For Texas Grows

    Flooding in Texas - Health Conditions & Threats

    Flooding and disasters like Harvey hurt...

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    Preparing For A Storm: MAP Gets Ready

    Even before a disaster hits, MAP becomes a disaster response center.

    When we know a hurricane is...

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    Hurricane Harvey, How You Can Help

    A week ago today, Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast, leaving tens of thousands of...

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    This is the Day...

    This is the day....

    By Steve Stirling

    In Haiti, people say, if we have life, then we have hope....

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    Love is what you do....

    Our partner, Love A Child, begins each day at 4 a.m. It’s a great time of day to avoid the heat...

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    A Humbling Day in Haiti

    Board member Susan Roeder devotes much of her time with MAP working on the numbers.  She serves...

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    Making A Difference Through Partnership

    Monday, August 7, 2017

    This week we ask for your prayers as members of the MAP International...

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    Health And Hope

    MAP International was founded 63 years ago with a simple purpose: provide medicines to those in...

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    First Annual Bill Foege Global Health Award To Be Presented To Rotary International And Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation In June

    On June 11, 2017, MAP International and the Atlanta global health community will launch the...

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    Clothed with Compassion

    “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion,...

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    One treatment at a time…

    Mafraq, Jordan-The clinic waiting room was already filling up when the young woman walked in,...

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    MAP International Rushes Medicine and Supplies to Syrian Refugees Caught in Escalating Humanitarian Crisis

    BRUNSWICK, Ga., Jan. 12, 2017—MAP International is responding to the Syrian refugee crisis by...

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    Reflections on a Journey to Liberia

    Monrovia, Liberia--I've been to a number of countries in Africa over the past 15 years, but this...

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    CNBC Report Ranks Georgia-Based MAP International #2 Among “Top 10 Charities Changing the World in 2016”

    MAP is a Christian global health organization that provides medicine and medical supplies to...

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    The World's Vunerable are Losing

    First published in The Saporta report on November 14, 2016.

    In the lead up to and aftermath of...

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    Americans Too Distracted by Election to Notice Haitian Suffering After Hurricane Matthew

    First published in The Christian Post on October 25, 2016.

    The same day that the...

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    Holding My Gaze on Haiti

    It’s the first Tuesday of the month which means, where I live, that the emergency siren was...

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    MAP International Rushes Medicine & Disaster Relief Supplies to Haiti

    Brunswick, Ga., Oct. 4, 2016—MAP International, a Christian health and relief organization, is...

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    A New Adventure

    "The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.” ~ Oprah Winfrey

    Twenty...

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    Helping Special Children Lead a Full Life

    Living with a disability isn’t easy. As a child in Korea, I contracted polio and lost my ability...

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    Ecuador Earthquake Update

    Saturday, April 16, 2016 was a typical day on the Pacific coast of Ecuador, then suddenly at...

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    Lives at Stake: Seeing Zika Firsthand

    When the members of the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC, planned their mission...

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    Ebola, Two Years Later

    Two years ago, as Americans were celebrating our independence with hotdogs and fireworks, West...

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    The Philanthropic Side of Pharma

    It’s easy to get the wrong impression about the pharmaceutical industry. Greedy entrepreneurs...

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    World Refugee Day 2016

    World Refugee Day 2016

    Monday, June 20th, on the UN’s declared World Refugee Day, there are over...

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    The Modern Mission Trip

    This summer, thousands of Americans will use their hard-earned vacation days to visit some of...

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    Making the Path Straight to Global Health: Saving Lives Together

    A few short weeks ago we were hand delivering very special cargo, as the plane turned at an...

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    One Simple Pill: Deworming the World

     Helminthes.  It sounds like a character out of a poorly written book that wants you to struggle...

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    BIG Data for a Small NGO: Monitoring and Evaluating our Success

    MAP International is celebrating 60 years of service to impoverished and at need people across...
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    PRESS RELEASE: Georgia-Based MAP International Has Staff On the Ground in Ecuador

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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    7.8 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Ecuador

    On the evening of Saturday, April 16th a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook the coastal region of...

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    World Health: Beating Diabetes

    We all hear a lot about the benefit of antibiotics and vitamins in third world countries, but...

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    MAP International Travels to Rural Guatemala to Provide Relief

    Last month, a team from MAP International traveled from Georgia to rural Guatemala. We teamed up...

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    A Long-Term Need: Nepal Earthquake Relief

    Most of the world is aware that just a little over a year ago a 7.8 magnitude earthquake...

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    Focusing on Early Infancy Can Create Sustainable Societies and Prevent Chronic Disease

    By Dr. Jose Miguel De Angulo, Regional Director for Latin America, MAP International & Luz...

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    A Miracle Supply

    “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in...

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    Mapping Out a Future

    Recently, Christina Benedict and I had the opportunity to visit MAP International’s...

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    Are we really changing the world? A look at Georgia’s key role in changing the world.

    A new report from CNBC names Georgia-based global health nonprofit MAP International number two...

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    Finding Hope through the Eyes of a Buruli Ulcer Patient

    It took two flights and over 24 hours to reach Ghana from Atlanta, then another flight and a 3.5...

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    Partnerships of Health & Hope, Saving Lives One Box at a Time

    For over 20 years, MAP International’s Medical Mission Packs Program has provided essential...

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