Paul Embleton set up the BRAVE Foundation in Guatemala to assist in providing adequate training to the emergency services staff.
Jimmy Carter has gained fame since his presidency for brokering peace efforts and fighting for global human rights.
Marie da Silva set up the Jacaranda Foundation to provide free schooling and food for AIDS orphans.
Bethune was a physician and medical innovator who worked closely with medical units during the Spanish Civil War and the 2nd Sino-Japanese War. He developed the first mobile blood transfusion service.
Seth is the Founder, CEO, and President of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, making efforts to develop vaccines to prevent HIV/AIDS.
Edith Cavell was killed by firing squad during World War I for sending injured soldiers home from the war zone. She knew the punishment, but chose to do so anyway.
Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross and encouraged first aid training for everyone.
Frederick Banting won the Nobel Prize for his development of treatments for sufferers of diabetes.