Al Harding is a diagnostic and interventional radiologist practicing in the South Bend/Elkhart Indiana area. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1984 and attended Northwestern University Medical School where he also completed his fellowship after residency training at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Al has been a friend and supporter of Andean Health and Development for many years.

Al and his wife Mary share a passion for community involvement and are proud of having served as co-chairs of the capital campaign to build the new Saint Joseph High School in South Bend. They also relish in hosting a multitude of friends, including Dr. David Gaus, during Notre Dame football weekends. Al and Mary have four children: Al and Eleanor, Notre Dame classes of 2014 and 2015 and Clare and John, 9th and 7th grades.

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Breakthrough Maternal/Child Health Grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities

As you all know, we’ve spent two decades working to improve medical care for Ecuador’s rural poor. And recently, this work and commitment earned a $1.5 million grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®). This remarkable award validates the hard work of everyone in this organization, specifically because Andean Health is one of only four organizations to receive one of these prized global grants. This grant will help us specifically address maternal and newborn health services in Santo Domingo and the surrounding provinces.

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This is Vanesa, the very first baby born in the new RMHC maternal/child health program at Hesburgh Hospital.