Bay Area NGO, Child Family Health International, partners with the Philippines Department of Health, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital, and Rural Health Unit Clinics to help students gain a deep appreciation of how a health system provides services for all, even difficult to reach populations, as well as address distinct rural and urban realities.
Bay Area non-profit, Child Family Health International (CFHI) a leader in international education, has contributed to the seminal new text "Preparing for International Health Experiences: A Practical Guide." The book gives concrete guidance on how to choose and take part in experiences in global health drawing on a wide collaboration of perspectives under the leadership of editor, Dr. Neil Arya.
San Francisco-based NGO, Child Family Health International, Serves as Key Collaborator in Liberal Arts AAC&U Summer Institute Designed to Disseminate Practices for Instruction in Undergraduate Inter-Disciplinary Global Health
San Francisco Non-Profit, Child Family Health International, Serves as Key Sponsor to Discussion Leading to Increased Ethical and Safety Standards for Medical Volunteers
Child Family Health International joins forces with Seattle-based Omprakash to offer students of Global Health industry leading pre-departure training for service-learning programs
A scholarship made possible by Dr. Thomas Hall, respected UCSF lecturer, has been awarded to two young leaders from Belmont University and Kansas State University
Global health non-profit Child Family Health International presents a curated webinar series that highlights groundbreaking research in the field of international education and study abroad
Child Family Health International, a San Francisco-based NGO in special consultative status with the UN ECOSOC, is launching an initiative encompassing several of its Global Health Immersion Programs
Bay Area non-profit, Child Family Health International (CFHI), chairs effort by Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Global Health Competencies Sub-Committee following the 2015 seminal article 'Identifying Interprofessional Global Health Competencies for 21st-Century Health Professionals' with a toolkit that provides curricular content to support global health competency development