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We are a team of two researching the socio-economic status and health care utilization of the traditionally religious in Limpopo, South Africa. We have been here for a little over a week and have been adjusting to life in Thohoyandou – driving on the left side of the road, the abundance of chicken eateries, but namely, the slower pace of life and work.
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.
The PureMadi CGH team preparing all of their supplies for the summer at UVA before heading to South Africa.
In this photo, I was walking with the daughter of one of our fieldworkers, visiting households to collect water samples that we would analyze back at the lab. This is a good representation of how UVA, University of Venda students, fieldworkers, and even their children, all worked together on this research project.
Dr. Tom Daniel with CGH Scholar, Nebil Nuradin and CGH Global Resident Scholar, Adriana Ramirez in Rwanda
2016 Ram Family CGH Scholars in India
2015 Minority Health International ResearchTraining Scholars
Photo Credit: Bethany Gordon, CGH Scholar 2017, Gyumri, Armenia
Members of the Tuff Armenia Project: Katie Genuario, Meghan Jones, and Bethany Gordon.
2015 Guerrant CGH Scholar Anna Long in Uganda
Photo Credit: Helena Gallagher, CGH Scholar 2017, Hammanskraal, South Africa
The whole team enjoys a welcome luncheon put on by the men and women of the Hammanskraal factory.