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The best medicine for a person is another person. Wolof proverb

Our Impact

In 2016, we reached 221,226 health workers, and together we're changing lives with results like these:


HIV-positive individuals given antiretroviral treatment


years of protection from unwanted pregnancies provided to couples through contraceptives


national coverage in Senegal of insecticide-treated bed nets


cases of diarrhea treated in children under 5

Our Results

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Nurses are critical to good health care in the US and around the world. But did you know they're also a driving force behind improving gender equality and strengthening economies? Please join us for a special evening event highlighting the powerful—and sometimes surprising—impact of nursing. Keynote Speakers: Dr. Jane Salvage A preeminent nurse leader from the UK, Salvage has written extensively about nurses’ engagement in leadership and policy, and worked closely with Lord Nigel Crisp to prepare the Triple Impact report for the British government. Dr. Susan Hassmiller Senior adviser for nursing with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Hassmiller shapes and leads the Foundation’s nursing strategies and directs the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action, which seeks to ensure that everyone in America can live a healthier life, supported by a system in which nurses are essential partners in providing care and promoting health. Also Featuring: • Dean Nilda Peragallo Montano, University of North Carolina • Dean Marion E. Broome, Duke University School of Nursing • Claire Neal, executive director of the Triangle Global Health Consortium • Rebecca Kohler, senior vice president of corporate strategy and development, IntraHealth International ___________________________ FREE REGISTRATION Registration for this event is free. Please register using the Eventbrite link above. PARKING: All unmarked parking spaces on the UNC campus are free after 5:00 pm. The FedEx Center has its own parking deck located underneath the building via Pharmacy Lane off McCauley Street.


Join TWITTER CHAT on Jan 24 to advance known preventions & treatments of #NCDs. Use and follow #GEFlive. Moderated…


Tutorat is revolutionizing health care in #Senegal & achieving 3 things most on-the-job #training approaches can’t.…

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