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Health Leadership International partners with health ministries, hospitals, universities, NGO's and women's organizations to improve the well-being of vulnerable populations. The vision, initiative and implementation of each project are inspired by the communities with whom we work.
Health Leadership International has developed a step-by-step Action Template for educational project planning and development. The process begins when local health leaders identify healthcare education or training needs and objectives; these leaders then enlist the participation of Health Leadership International.
Today is the final day to #GiveBig! We have less than 9 hours left. No contribution is too small!
Please consider making a donation at: https://www.givebigseattle.org/health-leadership-international-1
A special thanks to those who have already donated. We appreciate and thank you for your continued support towards our medical education service work in the Lao PDR.
May 10 is the Seattle Foundation’s GiveBig, a community day of giving. Donations made to Health Leadership International until 11:59 p.m. will be stretched by a pool of funds. Don’t want to wait until #GiveBIG? Schedule your gift today and your donation will be automatically processed on May 10. Simply visit Health Leadership International’s GiveBig page at https://www.givebigseattle.org/health-leadership-international-1 and make your contribution of any amount. Your gift will help us continue our work in Lao PDR.
GiveBig now. Thank you for your continued support!
[04/14/17] Happy Lao New Year ສບາຍດີປີໃໝ່ to all of our friends of HLI!
HLI was mentioned in the Vientiane Times!
We are now on Instagram! Follow us as we continue to share photos of our wonderful volunteers, students and more. https://www.instagram.com/healthleadershipinternational/
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Dr Souamoua from Khamkerd District
Meet one of the ultrasound trainees, Dr Souamoua Yasend, from Khamkerd District in Khammouane Province (borders Vietnam). After high school she moved to Hanoi for a year to learn Vietnamese and stayed for another six to become an MD. She has been back in Laos for 3+ years and is very happy to be leaning more about ultrasound.
Our classroom and sunset this evening across the Mekong.
We started our first day of ultrasound training in Khammouane Province in central Laos. We have 22 trainees from 11 Districts - some of them are experienced in ultrasound and some are not. All but four are women, which is unusual for our ultrasound courses which usually split 50-50.
One pic shows our senior faculty member, Dr Molina, being interviewed by the Vientiane Times. Others show the trainees being oriented to the machines that will be going to their Districts - a total of 10. You will see the USA flag on the ultrasounds - this reflects that this gift is made possible trough HLI's grant from the Department of State.
Week 2: The students spent time learning about bone fractures and emergency assessment. They participated in hands-on triage exercises and practiced splinting fractures.
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