Can you imagine having a very sick loved one in need of emergency care, but living in a place where there are no ambulances, emergency rooms, or doctors trained in emergency medicine? This is the situation every day in Uganda. But Global Emergency Care (GEC) is working to change this through training Emergency Care Providers (ECPs) to treat patients rapidly and save lives. Every year, GEC-trained ECPs treat over 20,000 patients saving the lives of thousands of people who otherwise would not have survived. This February, I’ll be traveling with GEC to Uganda for 4 weeks to help train ECPs in emergency care, while working alongside them to care for patients in need. I am hoping to raise money for GEC to continue funding the medical education of Ugandan providers. A small portion of the donations would also be put toward the cost of my Visa, $10 a day lodging near the hospital, and Ugandan vaccination requirements. I was fortunate to receive a grant from the Dox Foundation, which is graciously covering my flight expenses. GEC’s lifesaving work is only made possible thanks to the support of people like you. Your generosity is much appreciated!