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Grant Research for Life Saving Cardiac Care in Rwanda

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Team Heart, Inc.

Patients following surgery!
You could not guess by looking , these three boys were near death from a preventable disease two weeks before. Rheumatic Heart Disease is preventable, but there are over 2000 waiting for surgery in Rwanda!

Team Heart, a 501 c 3 since 2009 needs help to search for potential grants and to write solid proposals. The team has several corporate or foundation grants currently, but needs focused individal to expand to the next level. This can be done at your local library or online searches. This position would be particularly helpful if the applicant has had some experience in the past. Special interest in medical grants for international work or US government grants would be helpful.

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About Team Heart, Inc.


1150 Walnut Ave, Newton Highlands, MA 02681, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to improve access to cardiac care in Rwanda. That includes working to establish a sustainable regional center of excellence in cardiac care in Kigali. To prevent advanced rheumatic heart disease through a combined effort of surveillance, prevention, education and early intervention as an example of effective countrywide intervention against rheumatic heart disease that can inspire replication in sub-Saharan Africa.


TeamHeart is a volunteer organization based in New England, founded in 2007 to provide surgical intervention for young adults and adolescents suffering from critical rheumatic heart disease. Early in the process, we realized we could be a catalyst to support and stimulate a program to provide prevention and early intervention while helping to build a program in cardiac surgery. Our program has evolved into a comprehensive plan to address all aspects of rheumatic heart disease in partnership with our Rwandan colleagues.

In addition to providing surgical intervention to those selected for our surgical trips, the diagnostic screening of patients is completed by our cardiology team with an emphasis on knowledge and skill transfer. Initial testing, evaluation, and follow-up are completed in the country by our Rwandan colleagues as partners.

Highly trained professionals in medicine, nursing, and support services are needed to provide mentorship, skill transfer, and the safest care possible travel to support the work or connect through technology. Each traveling medical volunteer raises funds or pays for travel and donates vacation time. Through a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Health, our activities are collaborative and work with the local team.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Health & Medicine


Wed Nov 10, 2021 - Tue Feb 08, 2022


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Technical Writing
  • Grant Writing / Research


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 25
  • Variable
  • Experience with medical grant writing or working with non-profits.

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