Where There Is No Doctor

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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 »

Hesperian Health Guides Releases Open Copyright Apps

Hesperian Health Guides released the Android version of their Safe Pregnancy and Childbirth app Friday, completing the new suite of free digital tools Hesperian made available in late February. These new digital tools, which were developed by Hesperian in partnership with The UnaMesa Association, are designed to provide community health workers worldwide with quick medical references and source content for training. The new digital tools suite consists of the Pregnancy and Safe Childbirth Application, a searchable HealthWiki, and an online image library. Read More »