The GLOBAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION PROJECTS (GHEP) is a US 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan, non-religious, charitable, educational, research, and development organization dedicated to eliminating inequalities in health and education among local communities in the USA and worldwide. GHEP addresses all aspects of educational and health inequalities affecting the most vulnerable individuals and populations in our communities, especially those that are historically known to experience inequalities in health and education outcomes, namely the poor, underserved, women, children, minorities, and new residents.
We’re a bunch of local people solving local problems. GHEP was founded by passionate and committed people from around the world like you who have deep personal experiences of health and education inequalities and who want to improve their communities. Collectively, we’re addressing the root causes of inequalities by working with local people to build strong communities where individuals and families are equipped with the hands-on knowledge, skills, abilities, and opportunities to access resources that help them break generational cycles of health and education inequalities and the attendant economic benefits.
We’re building foundations for the future. When we eliminate education and health inequalities in our local communities, we build solid foundations for educational achievement, individual and community empowerment, optimal health, poverty eradication, and sustainable human development not only for the present but for future generations. We’re passionate about eliminating health and education inequalities because regardless of who you are–white or black, male or female, rich or poor, local or abroad–inequalities are not good for any of us. And that’s why we believe that collectively, we can all work towards eliminating inequalities which are barring some members of our society from setting their hands on the key to a prosperous future and lives well-lived.
Connect, Stay in Touch. We thank you for visiting our website today. We hope you’ll join us in working towards a world without inequalities. Please stay connected by signing up for our informative free community newsletter, or by liking us on Facebook, or Volunteering for one of our programs without even leaving your home. We do sincerely look forward to connecting with you and having you as a partner in this very important work!
Our ProgramsWhat we are doing
Public & Global Health
We’re engaging diverse communities to identify local felt needs and address current or emerging public health problems locally and globally, one community at a time with love.Read More
Community Health Fairs
We’re providing opportunities for free health and wellness checks, preventive services, and resources for community residents through free health & environment fairsRead More
We’re empowering all youths (boys and girls) and next generation with skills necessary to lead fulfilled lives and prepare for leadership in a rapidly changing global society.Read More
Family Tree Adoption Program
We’re greening the world by providing free trees to private home owners who plant native trees and shrubs on their yards.Read More
Publications & Journals
We’re publishing finest global health research on diseases afflicting our changing world and mentoring diverse young researchers.
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We’re empowering people by providing free access to digital life-saving tips and resources on health, education, and employment.Read More
Key AccomplishmentsHighlights from our years of hard work and results
GHEP delivers first free medical outreach to a village in Abajah, Imo State, Nigeria serving over 70 residents.
Prince George’s County and Chesapeake Bay Trust award GHEP grant to scale-up the Family Tree Adoption Program to more communities.
GHEP receives a Chesapeake Bay Trust (CBT) grant to implement an Outdoor health program and proof-concept a Family Tree Adoption Program offering free trees to private homeowners in Prince George’s
GHEP makes a strong case for consideration of health and education disparities in County’s social and economic policies to Prince George’s County Officials and community members (Transforming Neig
GHEP’s International Journal of MCH and AIDS accepted into the prestigious Directory of Open-Access Journal (DOAJ) indexing platform based in Sweden.
GHEP launches International Journal of MCH and AIDS (IJMA), first open-access global health journal to address maternal and child health and HIV/AIDS.
GHEP officially registers as a non-profit, non-stock corporation with the State of Maryland, USA.
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Your community, health environmental education and awareness (HEEA) program has given me an opportunity to learn a lot about my environment and how it
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Really impressed with the family Tree Adoption Program that is providing us with free trees for our home. What a great organization.
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My family and I are very grateful to GHEP for the gift of free diapers. You have really helped my child to remain dry despite our challenges.
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