Ingrid Marzuola

UNC School of Nursing Global Health Scholar

Ingrid Marzuola is a Global Health Scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Nursing.A former program officer for IntraHealth International's West and Southern Africa programs, she has more than eight years of international health program experience supporting projects and communities throughout sub-Saharan Africa, including Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Guinea, Madagascar, Mali, Rwanda, and Senegal. In addition to administrative and financial project management, her technical program experience includes community needs assessment and mobilization, securing safe drinking water, childhood immunization, adolescent reproductive health, maternal health including fistula care, family planning, malaria, and human resources for health. 


Under a Shade Tree in Mali, Women with Fistula Recover Together

The consequences of obstetric fistula are not just physical.

In Koulikoro, Malian Women with Fistula Find Compassion and Solidarity

I watched one health worker carefully chase mosquitoes from underneath the bed nets, so the women using them could rest.

Let’s Bring Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Out of the Shadows in Mali

A first-of-its-kind training for health workers is sparking some uncommon—and sometimes heated—conversations in Bamako.