Today, August 19th, marks World Humanitarian Day, an annual celebration of those selfless people around the world who volunteer their time and talents to help relieve the pain and suffering of those less fortunate. The United Nations recognizes this day as an opportunity for

  1. the public to learn more about the humanitarian community, what aid workers do and the challenges they face;
  2. nongovernmental and international bodies and UN agencies to demonstrate their humanitarian activities; and
  3. recognizing those who have died or been injured in the
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HTH Worldwide would like to thank the many volunteers who continue to give of themselves at a time when concerns over the world’s economy, tensions in the Middle East, and domestic political upheaval grab the headlines, while crises such as

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the famine and cholera epidemic in Somalia and the protracted recovery in Haiti go largely unnoticed. Those who make these enormous humanitarian efforts possible, seldom seek the limelight. Rather, they quietly personify the uniquely human spirit of giving just for the sake of helping others.


About The Author

Frank Gillingham, M.D. serves as Chief Medical Director for HTH Worldwide. Frank has led HTH Worldwide's international business development efforts in Europe and Canada and has been a guest speaker at international business conferences and has authored a series of articles on travel medicine, including pieces on travel information available on the Internet and the role of physicians working with travel insurers. Frank is a Board-Certified Internist and Emergency Medicine Specialist. He is also a private emergency physician in Southern California and a former emergency department director and member of the UCLA emergency department staff. Frank completed residency training at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center, received his M.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania .

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