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Collaboration in International Outreach: A Potential Model for Catholic Health Care - International Outreach Webinar Recording - December 7, 2011 (CD)

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Collaboration in International Outreach: A Potential Model for Catholic Health Care - International Outreach Webinar Recording - December 7, 2011 (CD)
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Based on our collective call to bring alive the Gospel vision of justice and peace, Catholic health care is positioned to most effectively provide assistance to the developing world when we pool our resources and expertise. We need only look to CHA’s Campaign for Rebirth and Renewal – find information at www.chausa.org/Ministry_champions_campaign_to_rebuild_Catholic_health_care_in_Haiti.aspx - a joint effort with Catholic Relief Services and CHA-member health systems to support the rebuilding of Hospital St. Francis de Sales for the Archdiocese of Port-au-Prince, to see how collaboration can create change.

This webinar offered information about Solidarity with South Sudan (SWSS) – a model of collaboration that provides a framework Catholic health care organizations can consider as we look at more collectively serving poor and vulnerable populations across the globe.

SWSSoriginated with a request from the Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference to address critical educational, health and pastoral needs in South Sudan. This project addresses these vital needs by creatively merging the talents, abilities, energies and charisms of 170 religious congregations (which are usually accustomed to working independently or with congregations of the same gender) to work collaboratively on this innovative project. The synergy created by this blending of religious congregations presents a unique opportunity to collaborate harmoniously in the best interests of the people being served in South Sudan.

Sr. Patricia Murray, IBVM, who is executive director of SWSS, shared the organizations’ story during the webinar, highlighting the relevant points of collaboration Catholic health ministry might emulate in its collaborative work.

Read more about this initiative on the SWSS website at http://www.solidarityssudan.org/.

CHA's international outreach supports members, partnering organizations and the church in a global mission of healing through research, education, consultation and collaboration. Our goal is to foster the development of best practices and expansion of international initiatives that create effective, sustainable programs which reduce human suffering and improve health outcomes.

Please help the ministry start working more collaboratively to address our international mission work by attending this webinar and sharing information about this event with all those in your organization who might be interested.

Presenter: Sr. Patricia Murray, IBVM, Executive Director of Solidarity with South Sudan.

This is a recording of the webinar held on December 7, 2011.

Run time: 60 minutes

System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Pentium IV - GHZ Processor
  • 256 MB RAM
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Based on our collective call to bring alive the Gospel vision of justice and peace, Catholic health care is positioned to most effectively provide assistance to the developing world when we pool our resources and expertise. We need only look to CHA’s Campaign for Rebirth and Renewal – find information at www.chausa.org/Ministry_champions_campaign_to_rebuild_Catholic_health_care_in_Haiti.aspx - a joint effort with Catholic Relief Services and CHA-member health systems to support the rebuilding of Hospital St. Francis de Sales for the Archdiocese of Port-au-Prince, to see how collaboration can create change.

This webinar offered information about Solidarity with South Sudan (SWSS) – a model of collaboration that provides a framework Catholic health care organizations can consider as we look at more collectively serving poor and vulnerable populations across the globe.

SWSSoriginated with a request from the Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference to address critical educational, health and pastoral needs in South Sudan. This project addresses these vital needs by creatively merging the talents, abilities, energies and charisms of 170 religious congregations (which are usually accustomed to working independently or with congregations of the same gender) to work collaboratively on this innovative project. The synergy created by this blending of religious congregations presents a unique opportunity to collaborate harmoniously in the best interests of the people being served in South Sudan.

Sr. Patricia Murray, IBVM, who is executive director of SWSS, shared the organizations’ story during the webinar, highlighting the relevant points of collaboration Catholic health ministry might emulate in its collaborative work.

Read more about this initiative on the SWSS website at http://www.solidarityssudan.org/.

CHA's international outreach supports members, partnering organizations and the church in a global mission of healing through research, education, consultation and collaboration. Our goal is to foster the development of best practices and expansion of international initiatives that create effective, sustainable programs which reduce human suffering and improve health outcomes.

Please help the ministry start working more collaboratively to address our international mission work by attending this webinar and sharing information about this event with all those in your organization who might be interested.

Presenter: Sr. Patricia Murray, IBVM, Executive Director of Solidarity with South Sudan.

This is a recording of the webinar held on December 7, 2011.

Run time: 60 minutes

System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Pentium IV - GHZ Processor
  • 256 MB RAM

Product Details

Publication Date: December 07, 2011
Disk Type: CD - Computer
Product Dimensions: H: 4.9375 IN., W: 5.0625 IN.
Shipping Weight: 0.0938 Lb.