2010 Uganda Project

In June 2010, ITW will implement three sites in rural Uganda. With local partner and government cooperation, these sites will help save thousands of lives. ITW chose Uganda because of the great need in this region. • The World Health Report in the year 2000 ranked Uganda’s health profile 186th out of 191 countries worldwide … [Read more…]

2010 ITW Retreat

On January 23rd, ITW volunteers, board and staff met in a grayish Seattle to vet problems, generate ideas and strategize about the rapidly approaching Uganda project! Attendees traveled from Vermont, Arizona, Utah, Texas and Canada. ITW is an organization of telecommuters and working groups who nearly always meet through teleconference calls and WebEx. What a … [Read more…]

Student Training

This is the dynamic team that spent the fall learning the ITW training protocols. We are most proud to say they have been spending what little free time they have committed to our project. Congratulations to all of you for completing the first phase of ITW training. We really appreciate your dedication. — Gail Rouillard


As the landscape for healthcare in the US is in the news constantly these days, I cannot help but think about how fortunate we are to experience a relatively high standard of care in this country. Regardless of how these healthcare discussions play out, I know that we have a lot to be thankful for. … [Read more…]

Nurturing Communities

Recently, I had a chance to spend some time with Zoe Adams, a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School in Charlotte, Vermont. Zoe went to Uganda as a senior project for school last summer to spend two weeks working in Uganda with a non-profit child welfare program. While she was there she conducted home visits … [Read more…]

ITW at Rad-Aid Conference

Seven volunteers for ITW gathered on November 2, 2009 in Baltimore to attend the Rad-Aid conference. This conference was the first of its kind, bringing together NGO’s, non-profits, educators and corporations to discuss the challenges and opportunities involved with imaging outreach. ITW founders Dr. Garra and Dr. DeStigter served on panels (for details see www.rad-aid.org.) … [Read more…]