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 among the “Top 10 Charities Changing the World in 2015.” Among the top 10 charities included on CNBC’s list, MAP has a score of 99.92, based on financial health, accountability and transparency of reporting. We had to stop for a moment of reflection with such a distinguished title and think on what exactly what are we doing to change the world?

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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 hour drive to reach Sunyani, Ghana.  Sunyani is in the northwest region of Ghana and is home to nearly 300,000 people and MAP International’s headquarters in Ghana.

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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 medicines and medical supplies to improve the health and wellbeing of children and families around the world. Since its inception, nearly 44,000 MMPs have been provided to US physicians and medical personnel, providing medical aid to children and families in over 120 countries.

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