Founded in 2003, Global Health Affairs was the first program in the United States to offer a global health degree within the intellectually diverse and socially engaged context of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.
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Current Projects and Research
Global Health students from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies work across the globe on various research and health interventions. Scan over the map to learn more about current GHA research projects.
Global Health Affairs Program, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University Of Denver, Denver, CO 80210
Service-Based Research Project: Jerusalem, Israel
We work with Grassroots Jerusalem on an "Evolving Map" of community needs, capabilities and organizations that serve as a platform for improving the efficacy, collaboration, and sustainability of development and human rights organizations.
Service-Based Research Project: Nairobi, Kenya
Along with Global WASHES, we pilot interventions in hygiene, social enterprise, peer education, and governance to address the need for sustainable sanitation in Kibera, one of the world's most densely populated slums.
Service-Based Research Project: New Delhi, India
We work with New Concept Information Systems, a Delhi-based social research and communications organization, to revolutionize the role of the community health worker (CHW) in South Delhi slums.
Evaluation Research: Matlab, Bangladesh
This project explores the long-term, multigenerational effects of randomized interventions in mother and child immunization, disease outreach and family planning introduced in the rural Matlab area of Bangladesh. Randall Kuhn, Director of the Global Health Affairs program, is currently a research lead for the project.