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    Announcing the new globalhealthdelivery.org!

    The Global Health Delivery Project is excited to announce the launch of the newly designed globalhealthdealivery.org! In addition to making the site easier to use on phones and tablets, you can now learn how our Global Health Delivery Intensive graduates apply lessons learned to everyday practice in our new Alumni Read More

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    Pediatric Critical Care in Botswana

    Botswana is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa that is widely considered a development success story. Although the country is hailed for its impressive economic growth, good governance, fiscal management, and robust primary healthcare delivery, vast improvements in tertiary healthcare are urgently needed. Since 1978, Botswana has embraced the primary Read More

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    How to get a job in development: the definitive (368 page) guide

    Because I’ve been having a lot of summer conversations with graduates and others wondering how to get a job in aid and development (and I have to admit, also because I’m up against a deadline and have no time to blog), thought I’d repost this ever-popular 2015 intro to a very useful book, plus other links. How to get a job in aid and development? …

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    Sebastiana’s eyes: a reflection on providing care

    After a long and warm clinic day seeing kids in one of the Mayan communities we work, I asked Yoli, our auxiliary nurse in charge of the community, about one child that did not show up to the clinic that day. Normally, when a child doesn’t make it to clinic, Read More

    WHO | Reforming mental health in Lebanon amid refugee crises

    Article published in August 2016 Source: WHO | Reforming mental health in Lebanon amid refugee crises

    Reaching out our community with flu vaccinations.

    Investigación y docencia en Venezuela: en contra de todas las dificultades

    Venezuela es la puerta de entrada a Sur América. Ubicada al norte del continente y bañada por el mar Caribe, es uno de los puntos de parada cuando se viene desde el norte o de Europa. Tiene una superficie de 916,445 kilómetros cuadrados llenos de ingentes cantidades de recursos naturales Read More

    Basic Life Support course in the Nurses Training School

    Against all odds: medical research and education in Venezuela

    Venezuela is the entrance to South America. Located in the north of the continent, bathed by the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela is one of the first places to stop when you are traveling to South America. With over 30 million people and an area of almost one million square kilometers, there are Read More

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    Una Mulale

    Pediatric Critical Care in Botswana

    Aug. 23, 2016 – Botswana is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa that is widely considered a development success story. Although the country is hailed for its impressive economic growth, good governance, fiscal management, and robust primary healthcare delivery, vast improvements in tertiary healthcare are urgently needed. Since 1978, Botswana has embraced the primary Read More

    Boris Martinez

    Sebastiana’s eyes: a reflection on providing care

    Aug. 16, 2016 – After a long and warm clinic day seeing kids in one of the Mayan communities we work, I asked Yoli, our auxiliary nurse in charge of the community, about one child that did not show up to the clinic that day. Normally, when a child doesn’t make it to clinic, Read More

    Luis Azpurua

    Investigación y docencia en Venezuela: en contra de todas las dificultades

    Aug. 09, 2016 – Venezuela es la puerta de entrada a Sur América. Ubicada al norte del continente y bañada por el mar Caribe, es uno de los puntos de parada cuando se viene desde el norte o de Europa. Tiene una superficie de 916,445 kilómetros cuadrados llenos de ingentes cantidades de recursos naturales Read More

    Luis Azpurua

    Against all odds: medical research and education in Venezuela

    Aug. 09, 2016 – Venezuela is the entrance to South America. Located in the north of the continent, bathed by the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela is one of the first places to stop when you are traveling to South America. With over 30 million people and an area of almost one million square kilometers, there are Read More