What is ThriveHire?
ThriveHire is an online platform for the global health community.
The ThriveHire Files is your go-to destination for commentary on hot topics in global health, career and job search advice, best practices and lessons learned from practitioners, and more!
History of ThriveHire
Launched in 2018, ThriveHire was founded by Canadian Hayley Mundeva. After receiving her Masters in Global Health, Hayley worked for several years in global health research in Tanzania, Malawi and Ethiopia. During this time, she was troubled by the lack of information on how to launch and develop a career in global health. The solution? ThriveHire.
ThriveHire was built with the support of Annalise Mathers, numerous contributing authors, and partner organizations including the Canadian Red Cross, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, the World Bank’s Global Financing Facility, the United Nations Association in Canada, CUSO International, and Partners in Health Canada.
Today, Hayley works as a communications specialist in Rwanda where she continues to explore new ways to help organizations convey their global health stories effectively.
Addressing Children’s Education Needs through a Commitment to Growth and Development
Human Concern International (HCI), a global charity based in Canada, has partnered with a local organization in Bangladesh to address the educational needs of vulnerable orphan children.
Tackling hunger and unemployment in Afghanistan
Human Concern International (HCI), a global charity founded in Canada, has a substantial presence in Afghanistan. HCI helps to manage and address the impact of various crises by mobilizing resources.
Youth In Conversation with the Minister of International Development
During International Development Week (IDW) in February, members of the CanWaCH Youth Working Group (YWG) met with the Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan. Here is a snapshot of key takeaways and reflections from the discussion
Education Creates a Generation: Where Hope meets Learning
Human Concern International (HCI), a global charity founded in Canada, partnered with the local organization International Association for Relief & Development (ONSUR) in Syria to quickly respond to the education needs of crisis-affected populations
A Story a Minute: Reflections from the Organic Performance of CanWaCH Public Education Videos
CanWaCH shared a series of public education videos providing concise and engaging information on issues in global health. Here’s what we learned.
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