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Developing the Next Generation of Global Health Leaders

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Since 2007, hundreds of public health professionals recruited, placed and supported by PHI’s Global Health Fellows Program I & II worked around the globe in critical U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) programs in HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and child health, and more.

GHFP-II helped USAID foster the next generaton of diverse global health professionals, by supporting and sustaining the efficacy of its current and future health programs. 38% of GHFP-II fellows and interns, working around the world, represented ethnic minorities.

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