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Hesperian Books Relied Upon Long After Peace Corps Service

Guest Contributor | National Peace Corps Association | July 31, 2012

For many Peace Corps Volunteers, their twenty-seven month stint overseas is just the first step in a lifetime of work for the benefit of the international global community...A resource that has been invaluable to thousands of Peace Corps Volunteers is the book Where There Is No Doctor, published by the U.S.-based nonprofit Hesperian Health Guides. Read More »

Mobile Apps to Support Community Health Workers: Adapting Trusted Content to New Mediums

Lily Walkover and Robin Young | IntraHealth | July 10, 2012

[In] the emerging field of mHealth—the use of mobile phones to support health—the focus has veered significantly toward data collection.  At Hesperian Health Guides (publisher of Where There Is No Doctor), we’ve been part of a conversation to expand that focus and include using mobile phones to deliver health information to community health workers and the people they support. Read More »