WiRED International Translates Polio Module into Armenian to Combat Threat of Disease
Recently when polio made a tragic global comeback, Wired International responded by adding a healthcare training module on polio to its Community Health Information e-library. After translating its polio module into Arabic in reaction to the polio outbreak in Syria, WiRED now offers its module in Armenian. Although polio has not surfaced in Armenia, the disease’s eruption in Syria puts its large ethnic population of Armenians at risk. Read more »
Updated Training Module Release
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes of our lungs. Acute bronchitis, which often develops from a cold, is less serious than chronic bronchitis and usually goes away on its own. Chronic bronchitis results from a constant irritation to the bronchial tube lining and usually requires long-term medical attention. In this cold and flu season, learn more about bronchitis by going through our training module.
WiRED requests donations only one time each year.
As you plan your year-end giving, we ask that you please consider donating to WiRED. More than 90 percent of our funds go directly into programs that help people in underserved regions learn about good health and provide their doctors with reliable medical updates. Join us in this global effort to improve community health by training medical workers and teaching ordinary people how to care for themselves and their children.
Please consider making a donation to help WiRED continue
its quiet work of prevention, providing life-saving
medical information to grassroots communities.
Donate Now »
||Recipient of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health 2009
Organizational Public Health Hero Award. Read more >
Click here to watch the award ceremony video.