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    People in other countries are literally dying for what we throw away.® 

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    People in other countries are literally dying for what we throw away.® 

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    People in other countries are literally dying for what we throw away.® 

  • Dialysis patient in Potosi

    People in other countries are literally dying for what we throw away.®

Global Links is a medical relief and development organization dedicated to promoting environmental stewardship and improving health in resource-poor communities, primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our two-fold mission provides hospitals with a socially and environmentally beneficial alternative to sending hundreds of tons of still-useful surplus materials to landfills.

Hospitals and clinics in under-served communities often lack the supplies and equipment necessary to provide even basic care to their patients, resulting in needless suffering and deaths. At the same time, the US healthcare industry generates a staggering amount of medical surplus which, without intervention, is destined to pile up in our landfills.

Global Links' innovative model of recovery and reuse connects these two social problems in a way that helps to solve both, creating a "virtuous circle" that converts an environmental burden to a life-saving purpose.

Global Links Benefit Dinner at Mad Mex Shadyside
Posted Jan 27, 2015

Join us on Tuesday, March 24th for a fun(d)raising evening including hot food, cold drinks, and warm company in support of Global Links! Reserve your space today.

 
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Posted Dec 22, 2014

Help us finish the Window on our World with a special gift to Global Links' Capital Campaign.

Join us for a Global Links Lunch + Learn
Posted Oct 15, 2014

Click here for information on this free monthly event featuring speakers on topics such as health, sustainability and humanitarian issues. 

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