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  1. UGHE Announces New Board Members

    The University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) is proud to announce that Lesley King has been chosen to become the next chair of the board of UGHE. Lesley King has […]

  2. UGHE’s state – of – the – art Campus in rural Rwanda, Butaro, Burera District.

    UNESCO Highlights UGHE as Model for Global Health Education

    The United Nations’ education agency has highlighted the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) as a model for equitable global health education in a new report. The university, based in […]

  3. Dr. Bashar Abubakar, moderating a townhall engagement meeting on access and delivery of healthcare services in rural communities in Nigeria under the #CommunityHealthWatch project. October 2021

    How knowledge Acquired from UGHE Aid Bashar Abubakar in Tackling Health Challenges among Nigerian communities

    Experts believe that what a person wants to achieve is easier when s/he puts in the effort and strives to do things that enable them to achieve their goals.  Bashar Abubakar, a Nigerian who graduated from […]

  4. Hawa Iye Obaje, an alumna from the Master of Science in Global Health Delivery Class of 2020. Photo by Aimable Uwimana for UGHE

    UGHE Alumna Hawa Iye Obaje, on Managing Research and Impact Evaluation to Promote Global Health Equity and Social Justice in Liberia

    From its first cohort to the following cohorts that graduates from its Master of Science in Global Health Delivery (MGHD), UGHE’s Alumni are global health leaders and changemakers, equipped with […]

  5. UGHE’s School of Medicine Hosted the First Cohort of Medical Students’ White Coat Ceremony

    On December 8th, 2021, the first White Coat Ceremony was held, bringing together distinguished leading global health experts, UGHE supporters and friends, leadership, faculty, staff, and students to celebrate UGHE’s […]

  6. Meet the Winners of the Hamwe Festival 2021 Short Story Contest

    Hamwe Festival utilises the power of storytelling to help people understand the impact of global health issues. For its third edition, UGHE’s Hamwe Festival organized a short story contest in […]

  7. Pictured in April 2021, UGHE’s One Health Students on the field, assessing the interconnectedness and interdependence between human, animal, and environmental health

    UGHE One Health Students Recommend Collaboration to Solve Global Health Challenges

    Class of 2021 Master of Science in Global Health Delivery (MGHD) students in the One Health option have underscored that institutions need to harmonize and strengthen collaboration in the application […]

  8. Dr. Tomlin Paul, a Health Professions Education Specialist at UGHE, discusses the importance of socially accountable institutions like UGHE in providing high-quality, equitable healthcare.

    Social Accountability and Health Professions Education for Equitable Quality Healthcare Delivery: Dr. Tomlin Paul 

    The University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) is an innovative and ground-breaking health sciences university dedicated to training a new generation of well-rounded medical doctors in Africa. One of the […]

  9. MGHD’22 One Health Student Kirsten Beata Dodroe discusses how the program is equipping her to address the inequitable impacts of global climate change

    MGHD’22 One Health Student Kirsten Beata Dodroe on Addressing the Alarming Climate Change

    UGHE has developed a curriculum platform dedicated to addressing the complex, multifaceted challenges of equitable care. All courses are framed within a One Health framework, which acknowledges the interdependence of […]

  10. Marie Consolatrice Sage Ishimwe’s role is important to contribute to the establishment of well-informed solutions needed to address the current and future global health disparities.

    Marie Consolatrice Sage Ishimwe: UGHE Research Faculty on Addressing Global Health Disparities Through Research

    Marie Consolatrice Sage Ishimwe is a medical doctor with a Master of Public Health, and she recently completed a 12-month clinical research fellowship at the National Institute of Health in […]