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Addressing Tomorrow's Global Health Challenges in Africa Today
Date Saturday September 10
Time 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location Details
Stephens Lounge, 3rd Floor, ASUC MLK Jr Building, UC Berkeley (near Bancroft and Telegraph)
Event Type Fundraiser
Organizer/Author
Saturday September 10, 2011
2 pm - 5 pm

Collaborate for Africa/C4A
& Center for Global Public Health
present:

Addressing Tomorrow's Health Challenges in Africa Today

Welcome from Jeffrey Chow, Founder, Collaborate for Africa
Introduction by Eva Harris, PhD, UC Berkeley School of Public Health
Faculty Director, Center for Global Public Health

Presentations by UC Berkeley faculty begin at 2:15 pm

Avoiding The Next Great Humanitarian Catastrophe
Keynote presentation by Malcolm Potts, MD, PhD, FRCOG
Bixby Professor, UC Berkeley School of Public Health

Networking Reception 4:15 pm - 5:00 pm

Reservations requested, please RSVP here or by emailing cgph [at] berkeley.edu

The Center for Global Public Health is a multidisciplinary center at UC Berkeley that serves to synergize faculty research on critical global health issues, facilitate the training of the next generation of researchers and leaders in global public health, inform and educate the media, government, multi-lateral agencies, the general public and private sector donors about global health issues and solutions, and foster partnerships to facilitate evidence-based implementation designs that delivers measurable public health impact at the community level.
Added to the calendar on Thursday Sep 1st, 2011 9:48 AM
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