1. Participants from seven French-speaking nations gathered in Butaro, Rwanda to develop their skills as global health leaders.

    UGHE Launches First-Ever Francophone Global Health Delivery Leadership Program

    Last week, UGHE saw 30 students from a diverse cross-section of African countries pass through its doors for an intensive two-week training on leadership, management, and case-based learning. There was nothing particularly unusual about the influx of Executive Education students on campus; since 2016, in collaboration with The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and […]

  2. UGHE Dean Prof. Abebe Bekele and Vice Chancellor Prof. Agnes Binagwaho welcomed the first class of medical students to UGHE this year.

    UGHE Dean Abebe Bekele: Medical Education in Rwanda Part of “Bold Step” Needed to Curb Africa’s Cancer Crisis

    There are nearly 1 million new cancer cases and more than 500,000 cancer-related deaths in Africa per year, and these totals are projected to double by 2040. Training the next generation of health leaders to counter this rise is of critical importance. Increasingly, we see a need for cancer education that explores both the prevention measures and social determinants of this highly treatable, but highly […]

  3. Video: UGHE Makes Commitment to Fight Cancer for World Cancer Day

    This February 4th, UGHE is honoring World Cancer Day by taking part in its global #IAmAndIWill campaign. Today we share the personal commitments of UGHE students, staff, faculty, and partners who, collaboratively, are supporting World Cancer Day’s mission of preventing cancer deaths and ensuring equal access to life-saving cancer treatment and care. #IAmAndIWill is focussed on […]