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I learned an incredible amount during my time in Tanzania—from the research project itself, working with locals, living in a completely new cultural and physical environment, and talking to people of very different backgrounds.
-- Jack Hensien
The University of Virginia's Center for Global Health promotes health in resource-limited settings by fostering the commitment of students, faculty and partners from many disciplines to address the diseases of poverty.
Alice Burgess and Emily Romano - Hidden Door, Rwanda
This was an incredible experience to meet one of the families of our partners and get to be in a deeper, more intimate setting with her. Seeing the family interact and their excitement to meet us was so touching. This photo is of the young cousins playing with some of the toys they built by hand with metal scraps they found on the streets.
Photo Credit: 2015 Boissevain CGH Scholar Anna Eisenstein - Uganda
Photo Credit: Emmanuel Abebrese, CGH Scholar 2017, Koforidua, Ghana
Photo Credit: Jessica Amick, Cambodia, in association with GlobeMed and USAID, 2016