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This experience has instilled in me an appreciation for the paramount importance of personal relationships to successful grassroots public health work. Simple, informal conversations undertaken in a spirit of friendliness and open exchange often yielded some of our most valuable and rewarding insights. The sevikas, or community health workers, were our models; their inexhaustible commitment to the health and well-being of their families, friends and neighbors was unrivaled. – Patrick Robinson
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.
Alice Burgess and Emily Romano - Radiology CHUK, Rwanda
Alice Burgess and Emily Romano - Niyo Exterior, Rwanda
UNIVEN leadership visits Charlottesville in 2018: GIDRT Fellows and CGH Scholar
This photo was taken at Leshiba Wilderness Reserve, another amazing wildlife excursion we went on with our research team and partners. It was breathtaking and reminded us of the importance of taking time to absorb the natural beauty of the country we were working in. Leshiba, as well as Kruger, gave us the opportunity to view South Africa in a more informal lens outside of the university we worked at every day, and granted us a richer appreciation for the country and all it had to offer.
2016 Ram Family CGH Scholars in India
Photo Credit: 2016 CGH Scholars Maha Hassan and Deega Omar - St. Kitts & Nevis
Photo Credit: Kelly McCain - South Africa
Photo Credit: 2016 CGH Scholar Mary Long - India