A worthy organization recently brought to the chapter’s attention is Tiyatien Health, a not-for-profit that works to rebuild the failed health system of Liberia. Liberia is still struggling to recover from a horrific civil war that ended in 2003. Tiyatien Health, headed by the liberian-born doctor Rajesh Panjabi, strives to provide what it terms “justice in health”, health equity for all Liberians. It focuses on providing free medicine and health care to those who need it. Rajesh and all involved place great importance on teaching Liberians how to care for themselves and administer to others in order to create a health system that won’t only help those in need, but will sustain itself. Tiyatien also works with the Liberian Government to create a permanent, functioning health system and supports sustainable economic ventures in order to combat poverty. Check out Tiyatien’s website at http://www.tiyatienhealth.org/, or the GlobeMed website for the chapter at University of Michigan, who partners with Tiyatien Health, at http://www.globemed.org/[uofm] .