1. Executive Education Program with Delegates from the Nigeria National Health Insurance Scheme

    UGHE’s Executive Education Program Impacts Participants from the Nigeria National Health Insurance Scheme

    After two years due to the pandemic period, UGHE’s Center for Executive Education hosted twenty-four participants from the Nigeria National Health Insurance Scheme for a one-week in-person program in Kigali […]

  2. Etienne Manirarora MBBS/MGHD’28 Student in class with fellow classmates learning how to use microscope to analyse different lab samples

    Medical Student, Etienne Manirarora to Carry on Paul Farmer’s Legacy for an Equitable Health Care Delivery in His Butaro Community and Globally

    Born and raised in Burera Community where the UGHE campus resides, Etienne Manirarora is one of the high school students at GS Runaba whom UGHE previously hosted on Science Day […]

  3. G.S Nyamicucu Students Attending a Sexual Reproductive Health Discussion During the Launch of Bwiza Initiative

    UGHE’s Bwiza Initiative Increases Access to Menstruation Knowledge and Affordable Sanitary Pads Among High School Girls in Butaro

    Through the existing partnership between the Department of Community Health and Social Medicine with high schools in Butaro, a study was conducted to better understand menstrual knowledge and attitudes among high […]

  4. Carene Roxanne Umugwaneza, MGHD’19 Alumna in the office at Alliance for Healthy Communities

    MGHD’19 Alumna Carene Roxanne Umugwaneza on Combating HIV/AIDS Among Vulnerable Adolescent Girls and Young Women

    The MGHD emphasizes not only hands-on and practical field experience, a focus on “systems” rather than symptoms, and leadership and management skills, but it is also an interdisciplinary program designed […]

  5. UGHE Impacts Girls in Butaro Through the “Her Story Project”

    UGHE through the Department of Campus Operations and Community Engagement partnered with Image Rwanda to train 10 Butaro girls for the “Her Story Project”. The project aimed to empower girls […]

  6. UGHE Graduates Butaro Community Members Trained On Business Development Skills

    On 23rd March 2022, the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) through its Community Engagement initiatives, under the Entrepreneurship Training Program graduated 50 entrepreneurs from different small and medium enterprises […]

  7. Emmanuel Okiror, MGHD’22 Student in Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health Option joining the “Break the Bias” Campaign on International Women’s Day

    MGHD’22 Student and GSRH Scholar, Emmanuel Okiror, Advocates for Men’s Involvement in Gender Equity and Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health

    The Master of Science in Global Health Delivery program at UGHE prepares students to work in health care delivery settings across the globe by emphasizing hands-on and practical field experience […]

  8. Gloria Rukomeza, UGHE’s Moskovitz scholar, MGHD’21 Alumna works for Partners In Health locally known as Inshuti Mu Buzima in Rwanda.

    Gloria Rukomeza, UGHE Moskovitz Scholar, Advocates for Equitable Access to Health Care in Underserved Communities

    Gloria Rukomeza, from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is one of the Moskovitz scholars who graduated from UGHE’s Master of Science in Global Health Delivery (MGHD) in 2021. The […]

  9. New Partnership: Lifebox and The University of Global Health Equity

    On the occasion of the launch of The University of Global Health Equity (UGHE)’s Center for Equity in Global Surgery, UGHE and the global non-profit Lifebox announce a new partnership […]

  10. This year’s International Women’s Day, UGHE community shares powerful messages on how we can collectively #BreakTheBias.

    Breaking The Bias Against Women and Girls to Achieve Gender Equity: UGHE Celebrates International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day offers an important opportunity for all of us in our different capacities to raise awareness and stand together to promote gender equality. From highlighting women’s achievements to […]