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Stephanie Greenfield is a cognitive science major concentrating in neuroscience. Her interests in global health started early – in high school, when she went to Haiti, Nicaragua and Dominican Republic on medical missions.
The University of Virginia's Center for Global Health Equity promotes health in resource-limited settings
by fostering the commitment of students, faculty and partners from many disciplines to support health for all.
Photo Credit: Vida Sarpong, CSG Scholar, Cape Coast, Ghana
The photo was taken at the Kimironko Market in Rwanda. Locals gather here to buy all their fresh produce and essentials. I visited often to buy mangos from Brenda, the woman in the center of the photo. I was struck by the pride each vendor had in the quality of their fruits, vegetables, and meat. The farmers and vendors play an integral role in the health of the people of Kigali.
Project: Benefits of Bison Grazing on a Native American Ranch in South Dakota
This was taken during a bison roundup. The bison needed to be moved from one end of the property to the other, which required herding on horseback. The bison are important part of the historical Native American food culture. All of the bison raised on the German ranch are raised without any antibiotics and eat only the grass produced on the ranch. The hope of this bison rancher is return the prairie to its natural state through bison grazing.
Dr. Tom Daniel with CGH Scholar, Nebil Nuradin and CGH Global Resident Scholar, Adriana Ramirez in Rwanda
UNIVEN leadership visits Charlottesville in 2018: VC Crafford, DVC Martin and DVC Khosa
2016 Ram Family CGH Scholars in India: Claudia Muratore, Mary Long and Ashwanth Samuel