Ghana-Brown Partnership to Address HIV/AIDS

Purpose

To enhance the capacity of the University of Ghana in its educational programs, research, and community engagement that will result in improved response to HIV/AIDS challenges in Ghana.

Overview

The Ghana – Brown Partnership fosters activities and training focused on addressing the public health challenges of HIV/AIDS in Ghana and Africa. 

Partnership activities include academic curriculum development, faculty development, continuing medical education, and institutional capacity building. The program serves students, doctors, medical professors, researchers, and health workers resulting in enhanced capacity for HIV/AIDS management in Ghana.

The partnership, which also involves Yale and Tufts Universities, is funded by a grant from the United States Agency for International Development as part of the Higher Education for Development program.

Partnership Launch (Accra, Ghana): Representatives from Univ. of Ghana College of Health Sciences, Brown University, Yale University, Higher Education for Development, USAID, and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities at the partnership launch in September, 2011.Partnership Launch (Accra, Ghana): Representatives from Univ. of Ghana College of Health Sciences, Brown University, Yale University, Higher Education for Development, USAID, and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities at the partnership launch in September, 2011.

 

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