Through training programs and a curriculum at the nexus of academia and practice, we prepare students and practitioners at all career stages to provide effective health care in resource-limited settings. Currently offered in both undergraduate and graduate courses, our curriculum combines the hypothesis-driven approach of science with the case study methodology of Harvard Business School.
“I could think of no better program to yield insight for global health practitioners that need to operate across the spectrum from clinical care to programmatic design to organizational development,” says Mark Arnoldy, a Global Health Effectiveness 2010 Program alum and now the executive director for Nyaya Health, an NGO providing health services to underserved populations in Nepal. — read more
“I don’t know how best to describe the value of this course and how great an opportunity this is. We just have to keep the ball rolling!” says Mary Mwanyika, MD, and GHE 2009 Program alum. GHE is an extensive summer program offered through Harvard School of Public Health.
Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Rwanda Minister of Health, and Paul Farmer addressing the inaugural Global Health Delivery class in Rwinkwavu, Rwanda, in February 2012. GHD is now offered twice a year in Rwanda. — Read the New York Times and our Dr. Agnes’ blog post.
Some of our cases are also used at the partner program GlobalHealthLab @ MIT Sloan School of Management – Applications due November 2, 2012