Academic Partnerships – Bonus for Both of Us!

June 9, 2016

By, Dr. Mark Humphrey, University of South Carolina School of Medicine “Jill” just shared with our forty member medical team how treating Nicaraguan patients this week had re-energized her passion for being a physician. Being an intern-resident and other life circumstances had been rough over the prior year, but her work with OneWorld Health had… Read More >


The Impact of the USAID Education and Research Center

June 3, 2016

By, Aaron Stroud-Romero, OneWorld Health’s East Africa Director The Education and Research Center is one of two new facilities at the Masindi Kitara Medical Center (MKMC) funded by USAID’s Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA). The Diagnostic and Imaging Center is nearly complete, but the education building is complete and is already making a… Read More >


How SDGs and Climate Action Work Together to Make a Sustainable Impact

January 22, 2016

By, Elizabeth Tenney, PMI Public Health Intern When looking to the future of public health for this brand new year, two things come to mind. The first of which being the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit held last September, where the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were created. Second, is the United Nations Climate Change… Read More >