Health and Policy, Humphrey Fellows Community Dialogues

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Community Dialogues. Come meet the Humphrey Fellows and learn about Public Health Policy. Mexan Mapouka central African republic Mexan is a medical doctor who has worked with doctors without borders and the international committee of the red cross (ICRC) as an HIV/AIDS specialist. He decided to find a solution for the increasing prevalence of HIV/AIDS by providing education and treatment. He is seeking resources to help the next generation by promoting health, building infrastructure, and facilitating access to health care. Imdad Baloch Pakistan Imdad has been working on healthcare, nutrition, human development, and interventions from natural disasters. He is a founding member of the non-profit organization's Health & Nutrition Society Balochistan and Civil Society Balochistan. He bears sound knowledge on local issues and has vision for possible solutions. He intends to help Pakistan's management of public health and malnutrition-related services and policies. Thursday, July 11, 5:30-7 PM @jeannette Rankin Peace Center 519s. Higgins, 406.543.3955, peace@jrpc.org

This Thursday from 5:30 - 7 PM, learn about Public Health Policy during the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Community Dialogues at the Jeannette Rankin Peace Center. During this dialogue, attendees will learn first hand about the health challenges in Pakistan, and The Central African Republic, from the health workers who are solving those challenges.