Global Health

  • Amazed World Project

    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is committed to improving child health and transforming delivery of care through fully integrated globally recognized research, education and innovation. It is our desire to demonstrate that all children in the world are connected and valued. Through the Amazed World Project we have  collected drawings of the dreams of children from pediatric institutions around the world and  created an art installation at our medical center.

    With leadership from Ik-Joong Kang, an artist from Korea living in the United States, and Lee A. Carter, the former chairman of the board of Cincinnati Children’s, the Amazed World project has input from 21 countries. Kang’s vision  was to illustrate the power of children to change the world for a better future.

    View the drawings submitted by children from  around the world in .pdf format:

 
  • Amazed World Project

    An image of some of the art at the Amazed World Project.

    The Amazed World Project includes art submissions from children from 21 countries and can be seen as a permanent art exhibit at Cincinnati Children’s. The exhibit is housed in the Sabin Auditorium on our main campus.