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    KHANA Fellows & TUC MPH Student Interns

GLOBAL HEALTH FIELD STUDY

Global Health Track students conduct their field studies at sites in Bolivia, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Nepal and Uganda under the guidance of site preceptors and course coordinators at public health institutions, universities, ministries of health, non-governmental organizations, and United Nations agencies.

Bolivia Field Study

The Public Health Program partners with the University Mayor de San Andres (UMSA) in La Paz, Bolivia. UMSA faculty serve as preceptors in La Paz. Our program also works with faculty from the Universidad Mayor, Real y Pontificia de San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca in Sucre (UFSX) and the Universidad Mayor de San Simon (UMSS) in Cochabamba. Learn more

Cambodia Field Study

The TUC Public Health Program is a collaborating research partner of KHANA, the largest national NGO providing integrated HIV prevention, care and support services at the community level in Cambodia. Learn more

Ethiopia Field Study

The Ethiopia field study site has been suspended due to political unrest in the country. Field study placements may resume in the 2017-2018 academic year if the situation stabilizes. Learn More

Uganda Field Study

The Public Health Program has recently established partnerships with two global health field study sites in East Africa for the 2017-2018 academic year: The African Community Center for Social Sustainability (ACCESS) and Action for Community Development (ACODEV) in Uganda. Learn more


New Global Health Field Study Site Currently in Development:

Nepal Field Study

The Center for Molecular Dynamics Nepal (CMDN), established in 2007, prides itself as a research driven nongovernmental organization dedicated to promoting research in the country. With its team of energetic and highly motivated experts, CMDN is now recognized as the leading public health and wildlife research organization in the country. CMDN strives to introduce appropriate, effective and innovative solutions to address many challenges in the areas of epidemiological studies, disease surveillance, health research, environmental and biodiversity research and policy analysis. Learn more


 

Above: TUC MPH Intern, Natasha Dadour (Class of 2015) onsite in Sucre, Bolivia

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