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Issue 6 - May/June 2012
GMI board looks toward the future

Encouraged by reports of GMI's healthy financial status and ongoing ministry projects, the GMI board of directors turned its focus to the organization's future leadership during its June 1-2 board meeting. The board's actions included the announcement of a global search process for a new president and CEO.       read more...

Tanzanian leaders use technology to track, train and retain health workers

Most of us are familiar with HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis as debilitating health challenges in Africa. However a lesser known, but equally dire crisis is the lack of trained health workers. Africa carries 25 percent of the world's disease burden, but only three percent of its health workers.       read more...

Languages, continents converge in Fruitful Practice Research

Research is sometimes used to "look over someone's shoulder" to provide new ideas and suggestions about their work. When it's your shoulder that's being looked over, it can be intimidating – but also very helpful!


Visiting researchers bring Asian flavor to GMI

With the growing influence of Asian believers in the global church, it has been GMI's privilege to directly benefit from that influence this Spring with two visiting researchers contributing their time and talent on key GMI projects.       read more...

Connection Point: Mission Aviation

In May, GMI board member Jon Lewis was a featured speaker at the annual conference of the International Association of Missionary Aviation in Nampa, Idaho. Slides from all three presentations are available at the IAMA website.       read more...

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