Jan 27, 2012

Weekly Roundup: January 27, 2012

And we’re back! After a break for the holidays, we’re featuring the Weekly Round-Up again, full of updates from the network and the world to keep you up to speed with GlobeMed-related happenings. GlobeMed reached the half-million dollar mark this week, which is a huge milestone we can all be proud of! On that happy note, enjoy your weekend.


GlobeMed at George Washington University held a performance night at Bourbon Coffee as a fundraiser for their partner, Rwanda Village Concept Project.

Medical AIDS Outreach of Alabama (partnered with GlobeMed at Princeton) recently held a ribbon cutting for their new facility.

Pursuing health beyond the borderGlobeMed at Georgetown is featured in an article in their campus newspaper, The Hoya.


Abbott Fund and Partners In Health collaborate on a peanut growing initiative in Haiti to combat malnourishment.

Barbara Bush shares her story about the founding and progress of Global Health Corps.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation sends another $750 million to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.


GlobeMed hits the half million dollar mark! Read about it in the Jan 2012 Newsletter.

Check out the GlobeMed Current for information on applying to the GlobeMed Global Health Summit and joining the National Office as a member of our staff!


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