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Bill and Melinda Gates- Goalkeepers Reports

September 27, 2017

“We are investing all our resources in the fight. But that doesn’t mean every dollar spent on development has maximum impact. And that must be our goal.”

UNC Global Health Happenings: Summer 2017

August 30, 2017

Refugee Health Initiative Receives Robert Bryan Public Service Award

April 17, 2017

The OIA would like to congratulate the Refugee Health Initiative (RHI) on being the campus organization recipient of the 2017 Robert E. Bryan Public Service Award for its outstanding engagement and service to the state of North Carolina. *Pictured: (Bottom row, center) Susanna Epling and Khin Hnit Oo accepting the award alongside this year’s other … Read more

April 20th OIA Global Health Forum welcomes Dr. Carl Bose

April 10, 2017

THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH THE OIA GLOBAL HEALTH FORUM WELCOMES DR. CARL BOSE Office of International Activities Global Health Forum “Challenges of Conducting Clinical Research in Low Resource Settings” Carl Bose, MD Professor of Pediatrics Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Thursday, April 20th 12:00-1:00pm UNC Hospital Starbucks (2nd floor) Catered boxed lunch for first 15 guests Dr. Bose’s Bio … Read more

Food Drive for Local Refugees: Saturday, March 24 10am-4pm

March 24, 2017

Food Drive for Local Refugees The Refugee Community Partnership (RCP) is hosting a food drive to stock local refugee’s pantries! Join them on Saturday, March 24th from 10 am – 4 pm at the Chapel Hill Community Center to donate and make cards to accompany the food. To honor their heritage, we are asking that … Read more

Pediatric Global Health Simulation (Photo Gallery)

March 8, 2017

Drs. Emily Ciccone and Alyssa Tilly, UNC Med/Peds residents designed and ran a workshop on Pediatric global health emergencies for medical students and residents traveling on global health electives. This IRB approved educational project addressed caring for critically ill children in low resource settings, including malaria, malnutrition and respiratory distress. It was a great opportunity … Read more