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Meet our Alumni Fellows

Belinda Ngongo; Senior Technical Advisor, South Africa, Mark Barone; Senior Technical Advisor, Brazil, Nayanjeet Chaudhury; Senior Technical Advisor, India, and Lara Fedorov; Senior Technical Advisor, United States

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Partner: Medtronic Foundation

Global Health Leaders partners with Medtronic Foundation to combat noncommunicable diseases globally.

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Global Health Leaders currently has fellows placed in India, South Africa, and Brazil. The program will soon expand to other countries across the globe.

This amazing fellowship is aiming to create a pool of skilled people that can work in both the private sector and the public sector - really looking at business issues while at the same time looking at public health issues - and I think this is very important.

BELINDA NGONGO, GHL FELLOW 

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PHI receives $63 million support to deploy contact tracing staff in targeted California clinicsOakland, CA—Today Governor Gavin Newsom announced that Kaiser Permanente has committed $63…

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"I was diagnosed with hypertension when I was just 27 years old. Now I am managing two chronic illnesses (hypertension and HIV) which have forced me to make better lifestyle choices." --Babalwa Nelani, mothers2mothers (m2m) Mentor Mother in South Africa

m2m was excited to announce at a virtual launch event today that we are expanding our services to prevent and manage non-communicable diseases, #NCDs, in the Western Cape of South Africa, thanks to a new partnership with Medtronic Foundation.

NCDs—which include diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and hypertension—are a large, and growing, public health issue in sub-Saharan Africa. In South Africa, 51% of deaths are already caused by NCDs.

With support from the Western Cape Department of Health and the City of Cape Town, Mentor Mothers like Babalwa will use our proven peer-based, community-focused model to educate and support new and existing clients on NCDS and how to manage them. A big thank you to Medtronic Foundation for making this important expansion of our services possible!

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New in Forbes, PHI President and CEO Mary Pittman discusses our national reckoning on public health--and how it's shaped COVID-19, racial justice and more. Plus, she dives into the systemic health issues being highlighted and exacerbated by the pandemic, and the bright spots where individuals and communities are stepping up with urgency, compassion and solidarity: https://bit.ly/2Empy8l

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Fantastic work by GHL Alumni Fellow @CNayanjeet, for contributing to a @UIC_CGH report earlier this year on COVID-19 preparedness among low & middle-income countries. Follow the link to learn about the report's findings @PHIdotorg @MDTFoundation



The 6th Conference of the Intersectoral Forum to Fight #NCDs in Brazil was, for the first time, online in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn more about the conference here!

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Head over to Vimeo to check out our impact video! Our fellows speak on the work they've done in improving health outcomes throughout the fellowship. https://t.co/WVMAiE2R3O



Now that @WomenDeliver 2019 has come to a close, check out what we can expect moving forward as Katja Iversen, President/CEO of Women Deliver, reflects on a successful Women Deliver 2019 Conference.
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Anita Raj PhD, professor of Global Public Health and Director of the Center on Gender Equity and Health at UC San Diego, was part of a panel that spoke on shifting power for the sake of gender equitable development, hosted by the Women and Girls at the Center of Development (WGCD https://t.co/Vo0CxqayjL

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Go PAWH and @BelindaNgongo https://t.co/8lLYKzuHaQ

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We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Special thanks to Dr. Yonette Thomas ( @YonetteFThomas) for holding such an insightful Guest Lecture & Panel Discussion on The Health of Women in Africa is an economic Imperative at #PAWHConference2019.

#womeninhealth #qotd #pawh https://t.co/pFnsHae4QP

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