International Partners


2020 MicroClinics Initiatives 

2020 MicroClinics Initiative, Inc. is a research and community development NGO that seeks to increase access to maternal and child services in Kenya. A key component of the organization's service model is Operation Karibu, through with they train community health workers (CHWs) to produce baby clothing in clinics and the clothing is donated to every child to ensure none are born without clothes. Since being launched in 2011, over 1,500 babies have benefited from the program.

The CCMC-GLOhBAl international global health rotation in Kenya provides clinicians, residents, medical and public health students the opportunity to work with local health care providers to improve the health and well-being of children and families in medically underserved settings. 

Local Partners

Child Center of New York

Hofstra Law 

  • Immigration Clinical Practicum

  • Deportation Defense Clinic

  • Youth Advocacy Clinic

Community Benefit Program

Thika Level 5 District Hospital, Thika, Kenya, Helping Babies Survive Certification Course for Clinicians

Milestones (as of May 2018)

  • 106 physician residents have participated in CCMC-GLOhBAL international elective rotations

  • 11 medical and public health students have conducted CCMC-GLOhBAL sponsored research

  • Over 17 abstracts and presentations nationally and 3 manuscripts under review

  • Over 3000 children to date have received direct care through the program

  • Distributed over $20,000 worth of medicine, vaccines, supplies and equipment

  • Over 200 health professionals trained in newborn and pediatric care

  • Secured clinical supplies for Global Health Training Program from Henry Schein Care through fundraising efforts