• It Calmed My Spirit (Part Four)

    Sep 11, 2017
    Though many suffering from the effects of hydrocele are generally men over the age of 35, this is not always the case. Before having hydrocele surgery about a year ago, Amadou Almoudou Maïga was living with steadily-swelling testicles for several months. He knew that something was wrong, but did not know what it was and was ashamed to ask.
    John Uniack Davis
  • It Calmed My Spirit (part three)

    Aug 15, 2017
    Besides restoring men’s dignity and mobility, hydrocele surgery plays a pivotal role in restoring lost or deteriorating livelihoods. Ely Coulibaly is a rugged, 65-year-old farmer who appears much younger than his years.
    John Uniack Davis
  • Soap: For More Than Just Handwashing

    Aug 04, 2017
    The International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) distributed 20,000 bars of soap and thousands of leaflets in June to health professionals from targeted health centers in Ethiopia to disperse to communities.
    Molly Anderson
  • Listening Tour: Season 2 Premiere

    Aug 02, 2017
    In the season two premiere of the Listening Tour, we speak with three different people about that specific moment when they decided to work in the global neglected tropical disease field.
    Greg Porter
  • It Calmed My Spirit (part two)

    Jul 24, 2017
    I recently visited Mali’s Ségou Region and had the opportunity to talk with six men who had benefited from life-changing hydrocele surgery over the past couple of years, thanks to the generous financial support of the END Fund and technical support from Helen Keller International (HKI) and the Malian Ministry of Health.
    John Uniack Davis