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  1. How Three Girls Defied the Odds to Join First Medical Class
    Marie Immaculee Dusingize (from left to right), Eden Gatesi, and Alima Uwimana all overcame incredible odds to join the first class of medical students at the University of Global Health Equity in northern Rwanda. Photos by Danny Kamanzi for UGHE.

    How Three Girls Defied the Odds to Join UGHE’s First Medical Class

    All over the world, millions of girls are denied basic human rights, such as access to health care and education. Since 2012, October 11 has marked the annual International Day of the Girl, a celebration that advocates for girls’ empowerment and human rights. Promoting gender equity is a central mission at the University of Global Health […]

  2. UGHE Introduces Innovative Anatomage Table. Photo by Nick Carney for UGHE
    UGHE introduces the innnovative Anatomage Table to its medical students. Photo by Nick Carney for UGHE

    UGHE Introduces World-Leading Anatomage Table to Medical School

    Students at the University of Global Health Equity will begin their science classes this year with a new tool that is revolutionizing the way medical students study the human body. The university has introduced the world’s most advanced anatomy visualization system, the Anatomage Table, to its medical school in Butaro, Rwanda. The Silicon Valley device […]

  3. Hamwe Festival

    UGHE to Host Inaugural Hamwe Festival to Celebrate Creative Industries in Global Health

    From November 8th to the 13th, the University of Global Health Equity will host the inaugural edition of Hamwe Festival in Kigali, Rwanda. The annual event will celebrate and encourage the contributions of the creative industries in the global health field.  Hamwe, which means “together” or “unity” in Kinyarwanda, is the result of the collaboration […]