SET 2013-14

Educational grants for cross-cultural service
Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF) encourages persons studying for healthcare professions to learn and serve in cross-cultural mission/service settings in developing countries.  To further this goal, MHF provides educational grants for a Student Elective Term (SET). One student carried out a Student Elective Term in 2013-14.

Winona Houser

Winona Houser

SET Student in Shirati, Tanzania

Winona Houser was a student at Penn State University College of Medicine when did a Student Elective Term at Shirati KMT (Tanzanian Mennonite Church) Hospital during February and into March of 2014.

Read Winona’s SET report which was originally included in the August 2014 edition of Mennonite Health Journal.

John StoeckleAs I seek to live out Christ’s call in my life, I have been guided to a career in family medicine and public health. I want to be a partner with underserved populations, sharing the love of God, and to be a part of a multi-pronged solution to inequity both locally and globally. In Zambia, I was reminded that I have to be intentional every day to allow a generous spirit to be cultivated within me, toward my neighbors in Philadelphia and my neighbors in Zambia.
John Stoeckle, MD

SET student, 2013



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