2018-19 Impact Report

Pursuing Health Equity Around the World

2018-19 Impact Report

Overview

The 2018-19 Impact Report documents DGHI’s work during the past year to identify and produce better health outcomes for communities across the globe. Read on to discover some of the ways DGHI education, research and partnership are making a difference. 

Highlights

  • 8 Duke schools that have faculty with appointments in global health
  • 45% increase in grant funds administered by DGHI in 2018-2019 vs. the previous year
  • 100% Master of Science in Global Health students who received financial aid and funding for fieldwork
  • 40+ countries where DGHI faculty conducted research

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We are immensely proud of the positive outcomes these projects are generating for communities around the world. At the same time, we are keenly aware that the credit is not ours alone to take.

Chris Plowe — Director, Duke Global Health Institute
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