The underlying basis for all activities of IEMEA stem from the belief that the keys to improved health and social conditions lie in universal access to education for children and health care workers. Education of local health care providers is a method of capacity building that has long term benefit to under-resourced communities. As one strategy to raise human resources and in service to the community, IEMEA offers training seminars and courses to educators, as well as to those interested in becoming involved in the development of their own communities.

ANIS ZUNUZI SCHOOL IN HAITI
January 2011
IEMEA is partnering with the Mona Foundation to build a multi-purpose dining hall which will enable the school to expand from 220 students up to 500 students. IEMEA raised $80,000 of the $160,000 cost of this project.
ISLAND OF ESPIRITU SANTO, VANUATU
February 2008
IEMEA supports the Rowhani School in Vanuatu, through scholarships and infrastructure improvement.

ISLAND OF TANNA, VANUATU
February 2007
IEMEA supports education in under-resourced countries as a means to sustainable, local capacity-building.

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