Mongolia Healthcare Initiative: Surgical and Teaching Mission 2014The Virtue Foundation has returned from it’s sixth Surgical and Teaching Mission in Mongolia. This year, the mission team travelled to Mongolia in two groups, a smaller team in April, and a larger team in May.
Medical Students Making Impacts: US/Mexico Border and Rural Health + Obstetrics/Gynecology in the Dominican RepublicIn March of 2014, the Virtue Foundation helped to support and sponsor Medical Students Making Impacts (MSMI) for programming that seeks to improve and expand healthcare in underprivileged communities.
Women’s Health and Endometriosis Day- Vienna, AustriaOn March 13th, 2014, a Women’s Health and Endometriosis Event was held in at the Academy of Sciences in Vienna to honor Women’s Health and Endometriosis Day.
Presentation of Virtue Foundation Mission Work at Medical University of ViennaOn February 14th, 2014, the Austrian members of the Virtue Foundation’s Medical Team convened at the Medical University of Vienna Clinic to present the work they carried out during the 2013 Virtue Foundation Medical Mission to Ghana.
The Noninvasive Ventilation (NIV) Project in Tumu, Ghana presented at the British Thoracic Society’s Annual Meeting in London, UK
Virtue Foundation donated two noninvasive ventilators and on-site training to provide respiratory support for children acutely unwell with respiratory failure.…
Ghana Surgical and Medical Mission to Tumu District HospitalOur volunteer medical team returns to Tumu, Northern Ghana as part of the Model Institute for Innovation and Philanthropy, Ghana Healthcare Initiative.
Tumu Women’s Health Project 2013In November, as a continuation of our Tumu Healthcare Initiative, our Austrian team from the University of Vienna will return to Tumu, Ghana to provide services and training toward improving maternal health and women's healthcare service delivery in the region.
A Message from Tina BrownTina Brown, former Editor-in-Chief of Newsweek & The Daily Beast, discusses Virtue Foundation's work in the areas of Acid Violence and Women Empowerment.
Mongolia medical and surgical volunteers examine nearly 1000 patients and conduct nearly 300 surgeries in Ulaanbaatar, Khovd and Olgii
On June 3, 2013, our team of 21 surgeons, doctors and staff returned from a successful medical and surgical teaching…