Eradicate Cervical Cancer Initiative
Cervical cancer is one of the few cancers that can be prevented. And yet, there are 300,000 deaths from the disease per year in developing nations due to lack of screening and education.
Critical Shortage of Healthcare Workers
The WHO estimates a current global shortage of more than 7 million healthcare workers. Help WHH improve access to skilled medical professionals despite the deficit brought on by COVID-19.
Helping Babies Breathe
Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) is an evidence-based educational program teaching neonatal resuscitation techniques in resource-limited areas.
International Medical Education Fund
More community volunteers, midwives, nurses, and doctors are needed to serve the existing populations of developing nations.
Local Homeless Initiative
Access to good medical care is not just a faraway problem. Here in the United States, Worldwide Healing Hands relentlessly continues its efforts to bring effective medical care to the homeless.
Preventing Maternal Death
Worldwide Healing Hands was founded on a passionate crusade to prevent mothers from dying during childbirth.
Mothers are the leverage point: the ones who ensure children get food, education and clean water. In low-income, underdeveloped settings, newborns and young children without mothers perish in substantially greater numbers.