1. Alice Nyirimana (far right), a Livelihood Program Manager at Inshuti Mu Buzima, addresses a group of GHDLP 2.0 participants during a home visit in eastern Rwanda. Photo by Neha Shah for UGHE.

    UGHE Hosts Global Health Delivery Leadership Program 2.0

    Balancing a myriad of stakeholders and resource limitations, global health delivery poses a challenge to even the strongest world leaders. Recognizing that leadership and management skills, while often left out of global health curricula, are at the crux of efficacious and equitable health care delivery, UGHE launched the Global Health Delivery Leadership Program (GHDLP), a […]

  2. Dr. Michelle Morse
    Dr. Michelle Morse, left, discusses an ultrasound with medical resident, Dr. Bregenet Lamour, at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, on Nov. 25, 2013. Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health

    Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Michelle Morse

    Dr. Michelle Morse has committed her decade long career to building disruptive pedagogy and medical education systems in countries from Haiti to Rwanda to the U.S. Trained in internal medicine and public health, Dr. Morse teaches at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE), and the organization she […]

  3. Eugene Sangano
    Eugene Sangano, MBA, MSc ‘17, during the MGHD Class of 2017 Commencement on May 27, in Kigali, Rwanda. Photo by Zacharias Abubeker for UGHE.

    Alumni Profiles: Eugene Sangano ’17

    Eugene Sangano, MBA, MGHD ‘17, was a student in UGHE’s pioneering cohort of Master of Science in Global Health Delivery candidates. With over 13 years of professional experience, Eugene has held several roles in the nonprofit sector. We asked Eugene to reflect on his time at UGHE and how it has prepared him for his […]

  4. Paul Farmer MGHD Master Class
    Dr. Paul Farmer during a Master Class with the MGHD Class of 2017. Photo by Zacharias Abubeker.

    Paul Farmer Receives National Academy of Sciences’ Public Welfare Medal

    WASHINGTON – The National Academy of Sciences is presenting its 2018 Public Welfare Medal to physician, anthropologist, and humanitarian Paul Farmer for “pioneering enduring, community-based treatment strategies that demonstrate the delivery of high-quality health care in resource-poor settings in the U.S. and other countries.”  The medal is the Academy’s most prestigious award, established in 1914 and presented annually to […]

  5. Progress Continues on UGHE’s First Residential Campus

    In December 2016, the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) commenced construction on phase one of the Butaro Campus in northern Rwanda. Below, Director of Campus Development, Emmanuel Kamanzi, shares his update on a year of impressive progress in realizing phase one of UGHE’s first residential campus. “Every single minute of delay means the loss […]

  6. A community health worker walks students through her toolbox of patient logs, health assessments, and treatments.
    Members of UGHE’s 360 Leadership Program meet with a community health worker, Judith, in her house as she walks participants through her toolbox of patient logs, health assessments, and treatments. The field visit aimed to help participants better understand delivery of care through the eyes of a community health worker.

    A Formula For Health Equity

    Imagine a country where some 90% of the population is covered by health insurance, more than 90% of those with HIV are on a consistent drug regime, and 93% of children are vaccinated against common communicable diseases including HPV. Where would you guess this enchanted land of medical equity is? Scandinavia? Costa Rica? Narnia? Try […]

  7. Dr. Agnes Binagwaho during a visit to Butaro District Hospital in January 2016. Photo by Zacharias Abubeker for UGHE.

    Agnes Binagwaho Is A Doctor With ‘Sassitude’

    Years before she became the health minister of Rwanda, Agnès Binagwaho tried to lock a fellow pediatrician in a hospital room. She saw a doctor in an examining room with a mother who held her sick daughter in her arms. And he was asleep. Binagwaho was appalled. She examined the girl herself in a separate […]

  8. Students and staff of UGHE listen as camp personnel give an overview of Mahama Refugee Camp.
    Students and staff of UGHE listen as camp personnel give an overview of Mahama Refugee Camp. Photo by Danny Kamanzi for UGHE.

    UGHE Students Visit Mahama Refugee Camp

    Orderly lines of homes and shelters stretch far down crowded, uniform roads at Mahama Refugee Camp in southeastern Rwanda, where more than 55,000 people have arrived since 2015 after fleeing political unrest and violence in Burundi. The turmoil has displaced more than 400,000 Burundians across Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, […]

  9. Photo of Sarah Trent, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Jarrett Collins and Injonge Karangwa at the NAM induction
    From left to right: Academic Director Sarah Trent, Vice Chancellor Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Director of University Operations Jarrett Collins, and daughter of Dr. Binagwaho and MGHD Class of 2018 student Injonge Karangwa. Photo from Sarah Trent.

    Vice Chancellor Agnes Binagwaho Inducted to the National Academy of Medicine

    Washington, D.C. (October 14, 2017) — Vice Chancellor of the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE), former Minister of Health of Rwanda and global health champion Agnes Binagwaho, MD, M(Ped), PhD has been inducted to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), an esteemed society of over two thousand distinguished contributors to the advancement of health […]

  10. MGHD students Marcella Canelo & Angeline Mumararungu
    MGHD students at work with Gardens for Health International. Left: Marcella Canelo. Photo her own. Right: Dr. Angeline Mumararungu. Photo by Zacharias Abubeker for UGHE.

    Managing the Complexities of Food Security Among Refugees

    October 16, marks World Food Day (WFD), an international event hosted by the United Nations’ Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) to commemorate FAO’s initiation in 1945. In the seventy-two years since, FAO has worked in partnership with countless local and international organizations to end hunger worldwide. This year for WFD, we highlight the work of […]