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"Tell me, I'll forget. Show me, I may remember. But involve me and I'll understand." Chinese Proverb. MISSION. U of U Global Health Initiative is a medical and public health based educational & service program designed to:

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tell me i ll forget show me i may remember but involve me and i ll understand chinese proverb

"Tell me, I'll forget. Show me, I may remember. But involve me and I'll understand." Chinese Proverb

mission
MISSION

U of U Global Health Initiative is a medical and public health based educational & service program designed to:

  • Provide a positive, meaningful educational experience for all participants
  • Engage with partner countries interested in a true collaboration to understand and solve health related issues at the local community level and evaluate success through measurable benchmark
  • Create long term solutions that promote community level sustainability, self-reliance, on-going progress and independence
  • Build a strong bond between the USA and partner countries by achieving mutual good through health diplomacy and bi-directional beneficiary programs
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GOAL
  • To provide medical, public health, educational and, if appropriate, economic development through education and service which will result in sustainable, self-reliant outcomes at the local community level
model a four phase process
MODEL –A FOUR PHASE PROCESS

PHASE 1:

Medical Exchange

Program

PHASE 1 – MEDICAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM

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MODEL –A FOUR PHASE PROCESS

PHASE 1:

Medical Exchange

Program

PHASE 2:

Public

Health Research & Education

PHASE 2 – PUBLIC HEALTH EXCHANGE PROGRAM

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MODEL –A FOUR PHASE PROCESS

PHASE 1:

Medical Exchange

Program

PHASE 3:

Community

Development

Program

PHASE 2:

Public

Health Research & Education

PHASE 3 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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MODEL –A FOUR PHASE PROCESS

PHASE 1:

Medical Exchange

Program

PHASE 4:

Sustainability

PHASE 3:

Community

Development

Program

PHASE 2:

Public

Health Research & Education

PHASE 4 – SUSTAINABLE TRANSLATION AND DISTRIBUTION

proven model in barakuma ghana
PROVEN MODEL IN BARAKUMA, GHANA
  • Refined model with over 13 years in the “foundation village” in Kumasi, Ghana
    • Continue to successfully run all four phases of model in partnership with local community, government, hospital and school. Highlights include:
      • On-going physician and student exchanges, site visits
      • Public Health research in local disease and sanitation issues
      • Funding and building of two K- 9 schools, village sanitation facility, community health station and development of viable money-making ventures
      • Continue to unlock local human potential, reinforce local cultural, institutions and infrastructure
expanding model in ghana
EXPANDING MODELIN GHANA

Barakuma

Village

(foundation village)

Barakesa

Village

(validation

village)

Outer villages

within Kumasi hospital’s district

Other

Ghanan villages

expanding model beyond ghana
EXPANDING MODELBEYOND GHANA
  • Markets selected based on:
    • Markets where U of U Global Health core competencies can be maximized
    • Local governments, communities, colleges and hospital agree to terms
    • Fit within the U of U priorities

Ghana

HainanChina

BarodaIndia

TBD

hainan china initiative
HAINAN, CHINA INITIATIVE
  • Hainan Medical College contacted U of U with interest in its global health program
    • Agreed with overall mission and goals
    • Agreed with local community and U of U partnership model
    • Believes participating in a “health diplomacy” program benefits local doctors, students and residents of the community
  • Conducted site inspection and initial discussion first quarter 2009
    • Working through logistics and scope of project
    • Hainan Medical College is on board, local government suppotive but collaborative approach is unfamiliar
      • This is key to success of program and collaboration must be procured before beginning the project