As a recipient of the Global Partners in Care and African Palliative Care Association’s African Palliative Care Education Scholarship, Anna Ayugi has been able to focus on her skill development rather than scraping together money to fund her education.
GPIC Welcomes Phil Newbold as Interim CEO
We are pleased to announce that Phil Newbold has assumed the role of interim chief executive officer of Center for Hospice Care (CHC), Hospice Foundation (HF) and Global Partners in Care.
Cyclone Freddy Causes Widespread Destruction
Tropical Cyclone Freddy has devastated parts of southeast Africa, and Malawi has been hit particularly hard by heavy wind, rains, floods and landslides.
Committed to Each Other’s Success
In October 2022, three staff of Suncoast Hospice/Empath Health traveled to Johannesburg, South Africa to visit their partner hospice, HospiceWits.
From Mishawaka to Uganda: My Summer Internship Experience
This summer I interned with Global Partners in Care. This included working with the African Palliative Care Association and attending the International African Palliative Care Conference in Uganda.
International African Palliative Care Conference Brings GPIC Back to Africa
The 7th International African Palliative Care Conference brought together palliative care practitioners, researchers, advocates and patients for a few engaging, full days of learning and sharing.
2022 African Palliative Care Education Scholarship Recipients
Each year, Global Partners in Care and the African Palliative Care Association (APCA) offer education scholarships to enhance palliative care knowledge and skills of nurses and social workers in Africa.
South African Floods Hinder Hospice Care at Home
Since the start of the winter season in South Africa, the KwaZulu-Natal province has seen devastating floods. Two of our partners, Khanya Hospice and South Coast Hospice, serve in the most affected areas.