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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.
Photo Credit: Rupa Nallamothu, CGH Scholar 2017, Hammanskraal, South Africa
Local women gathered for Water Day at PuriMadi factory.
Part of One Health is the notion of a human-animal bond. After an interesting conversation with one of the horse owner, I learned that there are about 20 horses that make a daily climb up the side of a volcano with the intent of taking tourists. After having ridden one for part of the way, I was left dumbfounded by the ease with which Malboro (the horse) was able to navigate the difficult uphill trail.
Photo Credit: 2016 CGH Scholar Jessica Amick - Cambodia
Photo Credit: Helena Gallagher, CGH Scholar 2017, Hammanskraal, South Africa
Lizzy Watkins shows two women of the factory pictures of themselves.
Photo Credit: 2016 CGH Scholar Mary Long - India
Photo Credit: Jessica Amick - Cambodia
2014 Center for Global Health Scholar Symposium: Alexis Chaet, Minahil Amin, Chris Cai, and CGH Director, Rebecca Dillingham, MD/MPH