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  1. Carolyn Aling’ will join this year’s MGHD ’21 cohort at UGHE to receive a one-of-a-kind year of problem-based and experiential learning.

    Incoming UGHE Student Aling’ Hopes to Use her MGHD to Develop Equitable Interventions

    Carolyn Aling’ is one of 25 students, selected from an applicant pool of 435, set to start UGHE’s Master of Science in Global Health Delivery Program (MGHD) this October. A […]

  2. Annie Christelle Ihoza, an incoming Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS/MGHD) student will start UGHE virtually in October this year.

    The Future is Bright: Incoming MBBS Student on Starting her UGHE Chapter

    It has been a challenging year for education, as schools and universities globally have modified their teaching to align with pandemic prevention measures, or else paused this vital learning entirely. […]

  3. Dr Paul Pierre, animateur du GHDLP de l’UGHE (à gauche), et le professeur Agnes Binagwaho, vice-chancelière de l’UGHE (à droite), ensemble à Nairobi où ils ont donné le premier cours du GHDLP du Fonds mondial en 2017.

    Dr Paul Pierre, coach du GHDLP, fait progresser la recherche sur la tuberculose au Mali et au Niger.

    View this article in English here. *** En février de cette année, avant que les restrictions de voyage liées au COVID ne soient imposées au niveau mondial, 30 participants de […]

  4. Dr Paul Pierre, animateur du GHDLP de l’UGHE (à gauche), et le professeur Agnes Binagwaho, vice-chancelière de l’UGHE (à droite), ensemble à Nairobi où ils ont donné le premier cours du GHDLP du Fonds mondial en 2017.

    GHDLP Coach Dr. Paul Pierre On Advancing TB Research in Mali and Niger

    View this article in French here. *** Back in February of this year, before COVID-related restrictions on travel were imposed globally, 30 participants from seven Francophone African countries arrived in […]

  5. UGHE Vice Chancellor recognized in newly-announced 2020 100 Most Influential African Women List

    The second iteration of Avance Media’s 100 Most Influential African Women list hosts an impressive cross-section of Africa’s most prominent female trailblazers. Hailing from 24 countries globally, these 100 women […]

  6. Lions Wear Masks: UGHE Stand in Solidarity with #WorldMaskWeek

    Last week, UGHE Lions took part in #WorldMaskWeek, an initiative designed to inform and educate people across the world about the effectiveness of mask wearing to help stem the exponential […]

  7. Gloria Igihozo, MGHD ’20, was chosen as this year’s winner of the Moskovitz Scholarship for Women in Global Health Leadership, awarded annually to incoming candidates who demonstrate a commitment to advancing the status of women, serving the most vulnerable, and a strong desire to advance global health delivery.

    Student Profile: UGHE’s Moskovitz Scholar, Gloria Igihozo, Reflects On Learnings from Her MGHD Year

    This year’s Masters in Science in Global Health Delivery (MGHD) students have had a memorable year. Despite a time of global uncertainty, the pandemic has presented new learning opportunities through […]

  8. Lisa Berwa, is the recipient of the 2020 MGHD One Health Scholarship, an award set up by UGHE to promote an interdisciplinary perspective on health.

    Student Profile: Lisa Berwa, UGHE’s One Health Scholar, Speaks on her MGHD Year, Looking at Health Holistically & the Next Chapter

    On Sunday 9th August, UGHE will graduate twenty eight students from its Masters in Science for Global Health Delivery (MGHD) flagship program, the fifth cohort the University has welcomed since […]

  9. UGHE’s Master of Science in Global Health Delivery (MGHD) class of 2020, along with UGHE faculty and staff, plant a tree on Butaro Campus honoring the start of their MGHD year.

    The University of Global Health Equity Graduates its Fifth Cohort from its Master of Science in Global Health Delivery

    On Sunday 9th August, the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) will graduate twenty eight students from its Masters in Science for Global Health Delivery (MGHD) flagship program. This the […]

  10. SCAR Inaugural Meeting: Training New Generations of Clinical Anatomists

    To advance medical science in the region, we need to strategically build capacity by training world-class educators, professionals and researchers, as well as developing systems that enable them to optimize […]