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Dr. Fielder trained at Johns Hopkins and is the co-founder of AMHF. He has served and saved the overlooked in Kenya for more than a decade.
Dr. Hansen moved his wife and four children to a remote part of Africa to teach the next generation of Kenya doctors the art of pediatric surgery.
Dr. Fader, originally from Michigan, is using his medical skills to save tens of thousands of lives each year in one of the world’s poorest countries.
Dr. Ter Haar has worked at a remote Christian hospital in Africa for the past two decades helping cut maternal mortality rates by 75% through his years of service.
Dr. Mwenyemaili, Chief Medical Officer in Maua, Kenya, is the only surgeon for 3,000 square kilometers.
Dr. Jacobson moved to Africa 3 weeks after he married and 35 years later continues serving in Tanzania.
"I will be putting my money where my mouth is and donating through CBN to support this sacred partnership to save lives – in addition to the Jewish causes that I already support. It is a testament to religious pluralism and Jewish values at their best.
"Their efforts will enable the treatment of people in Africa who would otherwise be without and the training of African medical providers in eight countries — at remarkable mission hospitals curated by the African Mission Healthcare Foundation."
"These [are] men and women who moved to Africa when they could otherwise be making good salaries in Europe or America, to serve the poor — often in environments without reliable electricity, running water, or anything resembling modern medical supplies. They [are] indispensable — a medical missionary might be the only physician for a population of 40 or 50,000."
"The CBN – Gerson partnership will enable eight medical missionaries and their teaching hospitals to utilize the funds to build infrastructure, treat patients, and train the next generation of qualified African healthcare providers. [Dr.] Hansen says [some of] the funds will go towards training two pediatric surgeons at Kijabe hospital, making possible at least 20,000 surgeries."
“No one displays extravagant love like these Christian medical missionaries who are willing to lay down their life and their careers to serve the overlooked and left behind.”
—Rabbi Erica and Mark Gerson, Philanthropists
“It’s an honor and a privilege to partner with these medical missionary heroes. They believe human life matters, and every life is worth saving.”
—Gordon Robertson, CEO, CBN