Global Anabaptist Health Network
Global Organizational and Individual Survey
 
Background

In 2003, a small group of healthcare leaders gathered in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe in conjunction with Mennonite World Conference General Assembly to discuss the possibility of developing a Global Anabaptist Health Network (GAHN). The focus was on Anabaptist related health organizations. In July 2015, a Leadership Summit was convened in conjunction with Mennonite World Conference World Assembly in Harrisburg PA. This event, attended by over 80 individuals representing many organizations and health professionals, considered the possibility of a more formal way of developing and sustaining connections. Following the Summit a small task force was created to explore further the vision, mission, simple organizational structure, and data base of what is emerging as the Global Anabaptist Health Network.

Survey Purposes
  1. To determine the perceived value and benefits to health organizations and individual health professionals.
  2. To determine agreement with preliminary vision, mission, and theological and Biblical Foundation.
  3. To identify what organizations and individuals are interested in joining.
  4. To determine areas of interest or types of activities where members might consider contributing.
  5. To identify possible priority activities for the start-up phase.
  6. To create lists of prospective organizational and individual members.
  7. To expand the Anabaptist global database of health organizations and individual health professionals.
Instructions

In order to build a global health network that captures the vision and expectations of prospective organizational and individual members we are conducting this survey and would greatly value and appreciate your feedback. Your responses are requested to the eight questions below about your interest and ideas for establishing such a network.

Indicate if you are completing this survey on behalf of an organization or for yourself as an individual.  Note: If you are responding on behalf of an organization but would like to provide further personal responses not representing your organization, please feel free to email Pakisa Tshimika (pakisa@mmhhope.org)

 
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