Recommended Websites

 MTI-Chalmers-Center-when-helping-hurts-Christians Chalmers Center
The Chalmers Center is a research and training organization that equips churches with development strategies that holistically empower people who are poor. The Center’s network and book, When Helping Hurts, is a key resource for Christians seeking to understand and prevent development efforts that unintentionally undermine the people they're trying to help, and provides strategies to help the poor empower themselves.
 MTI-Christian-Connections-International-Health-CCIH Christian Connections for International Health
The mission of Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) is to promote international health and wholeness from a Christian perspective. CCIH provides field-oriented resources and a forum for discussion, networking and fellowship to the spectrum of Christian organizations and individuals working in international health.
 MTI-global-CHE-network Evangelism Global CHE Network
The Global CHE Network is an association of individuals and organizations using the strategy of Community Health Evangelism (CHE) to serve with communities around the world. According to the website, CHE seamlessly integrates evangelism and discipleship with disease prevention and community based development. The website is a useful place to share ideas, stories and best practices. The website also serves as a repository for updated training curricula.
 MTI-global-development-network-research Global Development Network
The Global Development Network is an international organization of research and policy institutes promoting the generation, sharing and application to policy of multidisciplinary knowledge for the purpose of development. This site has over 15,000 research papers available for free in its easily searchable knowledge base.
 MTI-international-hiv-aids-alliance International HIV and AIDS Alliance
The mission of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance is to support communities to reduce the spread of HIV and to meet the challenges of AIDS.

This site has several practical resources including toolkits, videos and manuals.
 MTI-international-training-education-center-HIV-i-tech-University-of-Washington-UW-global-health International Training and Education Center on HIV
The International Training and Education Center on HIV (I-TECH) is a center in the University of Washington's Department of Global Health that supports the development of a skilled health work force and well-organized national health delivery systems, in order to provide effective prevention, care, and treatment of infectious disease in the developing world.
 MTI-world-association-disaster-emergency-medicine-WADEM World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine
The World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM) is an academic, international, humanitarian association dedicated to improving the everyday delivery of pre-hospital and emergency health care and enhancing disaster health and preparedness.

Fostering international collaboration, the organization is inclusive, culturally sensitive, unbiased, ethical, and dynamic in its activities.
  Tearfund is a UK-based humanitarian organization that works through a network of local churches. They do not do clinic-based work. Although their mandate is somewhat different from MTI, they do have some resources in disaster risk reduction that may be useful to MTI programs. Their newsletter, Footsteps, includes helpful advice for agriculture, nutrition, advocacy, children, churches, conflict, disasters, environment and climate, food security, gender, HIV. Resilience, water and sanitation.