WiRED International’s Board of Directors and volunteers are deeply saddened to note the death of winemaker Miljenko “Mike” Grgich, aged 100 on December 13, 2023.
WiRED International congratulates one of our trusted colleagues in Kenya, Sr. Bernadette Nealon, on the celebration of her Golden Jubilee — the 50th anniversary of her taking vows as a Catholic Sister. The ceremony honors her remarkable five decades of work in low-resource regions.
WiRED International just released a Health and First Aid Training Program for the people of Ukraine. A key figure in the many months of planning was translator Taras Lytvyn, who devoted countless hours to translating 33
WiRED International’s Board of Directors and volunteers are deeply saddened to note the death of David Samuel Alberts, M.D., aged 83 on July 29, 2023. Dr. Alberts joined WiRED’s Advisory Board on December 3,
For 26 years, WiRED International has operated our global programs with volunteers.
While most nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations rely on salaried staff to create and carry out their work,
WiRED depends on volunteers
WiRED International is pleased to announce the naming of the “Tony and Edie Hodge Health Screening Clinics” program in grateful memory of the Hodges for their lifelong dedication to helping the poor and their concern for global health.
As part of our people@wired occasional articles, WiRED International plans to spotlight our team of community health workers (CHWs) in Kenya. In the coming months, WiRED’s paraprofessional corps of expertly trained health workers
WiRED International is pleased to congratulate Eric Ombuoro Achola for earning top honors in the MBA program from the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences at the University of Nairobi, Kenya.
WiRED International’s board of directors and volunteers are deeply saddened by the death of Father Hans Burgman (1928-2022) at age 93. Fr. Burgman founded the Community Health
In 2019 and 2020, we tested our life-saving Community Health Worker (CHW) Training Program in four countries, then launched the first program in Kenya in