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Over the past 10 years, our global health work at the University of Minnesota has spanned the globe—from maternal health research on the shores of Lake Victoria to strengthening the healthcare workforce of Afghanistan.

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Early Successes of the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants

In the first six months of the project, NRC-RIM has reached hundreds of professionals and practitioners in training, webinars, in-depth interviews, and information campaigns.
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Convening for care: UMN partners with Ghana NGO on obstetric fistula training

In March, MSSI and CGHSR partnered again to co-host a two-day long virtual panel discussion and training on obstetric fistula, a topic of vital importance in the region.
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Interdisciplinary Teamwork Can Solve the World’s Grand Health Challenges

The Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility’s (CGHSR) Global Health Case Competition has drawn students from multiple schools and disciplines at the University for the last 8 years. The unique interprofessional learning…

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As the COVID-19 pandemic in India reaches crisis levels, this panel discussion forefronts equity and justice in the approaches to improve the situation.

In this webinar, leading academics with expertise in global health, epidemiology, policy, and supply chain management in the Indian context discussed India’s unfolding COVID-19 crisis. This webinar was co-hosted by the Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility and the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change at the University of Minnesota.

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