Medical Brigades Alumni & Leader Olivia Bates explains how her virtual and in-person Brigade experiences with GB led her to pursue a career in medicine.
Learn more about how GB’s WASH programming addresses the root issues that create poor health and lack of economic mobility in under-resourced communities.
In June, Global Brigades welcomed back in-person brigades for the first time since early 2020. Check out a few of our favorite 2021 summer highlights!
Through the Monitoring & Evaluation team’s “Defining Empowerment Project” we discover the community, volunteer, and staff perspective on empowerment and how it propels our organization’s mission.
Former GB Honduras Program Associate Madison Dutson proves why community leaders are the key to success behind Global Brigades’ WASH programmimg.
As staff members we were curious (and perhaps a bit skeptical) about how a TeleBrigade operates, so we decided to hop on a couple of TeleBrigades alongside student volunteers and GB staff. Here’s what we learned!
Educators are being put under extreme pressure to prevent virtual learning fatigue. Our TeleBrigade programs help teachers bring real health and economic cases to students. Check out these testimonials from educators who’ve engaged their students with TeleBrigades.
The more I understood the health system, the more I was able to see health disparities in quality and access to care. It is one thing to read about these issues on paper. It is completely different to see it in person. Being in the community gave me an awareness of the standards …
We spoke with Radhika Prabhu, Executive Director of the U.S.-Pakistan Women’s Council at the U.S. Department of State, about how she transformed her volunteer experiences into a meaningful career.