Why should I listen to you, an American, Harvard psychologist? What do you know about war and hunger? Why should I trust that you’re here to help? What makes you different than all the other researchers who come to Jordan just to collect data and leave?
All good questions; hard ones, yes, but critical to answer
if I wanted to be of any support to Jordanian healthcare systems in improving
quality of care for Syrian refugee youth and families seeking refuge in the
Today is World AIDS Day. The number of people living with HIV in the world is roughly equal to the population of Canada. HIV still disproportionately affects Africa — of the 37 million people globally who are living with HIV, 19.6 million live in eastern and southern Africa. …Read More
The recent attempt by U.S. representatives to the World Health Assembly to reduce support for global infant nutrition guidelines represents a new low in promoting global public health. World Breastfeeding Week gives us reason to review hard facts and real news about how and why to support nursing mothers and their infants. …Read More
At Boston Children’s Hospital, we believe that all children deserve the same opportunity to live a healthy life, no matter where they are born. Boston Children’s Global Health Program helps solve pediatric global health care challenges by transferring our expertise through long-term partnerships with scalable impact.
Here are just a few examples of the ongoing work our cardiac clinicians are involved in to care for children around the world. …Read More