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My research experience working with the migrant populations in Lima, Peru was emotional, gratifying and insightful. I came in with many presumptions of the study population only to realize that most were incorrect. I had taken for granted several basic necessities that we as a developed country have, but in Peru are considered a luxury, including clean and affordable water, ambulatory care, and emergency response services.
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 support health for all.
Photo Credit: Neeka Nazari, CGH Scholar 2017, Thohoyandou, South Africa
Neeka Nazari and Casey Ackerman at the Phiphidi Waterfall.
This a photo of me riding Buck through a bison field. One of my favorite parts of the project is that I was able to ride horses almost everyday.
One of the main roundabouts in Kigali.
Center for Global Health COM-COR Team
Mary Long - Srirangam Complex, India; 2016
2016 CGH Scholars Maha Hassan and Deega Omar - St. Kitts
Rwanda 2019: CHUK physician and former CGH fellow, Joseph Niyitegeka and CGH Scholar, Sara Krivacsy
Photo Credit: 2014 CGH Scholar, Amanda Coen, Ghana