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Global Health Immersion: Semester with CFHI

Filed Under (Education, NGOs/Intl. Development) by on March 18, 2010

ChildFamilyHealthChild Family Health International (CFHI) is a NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

CFHI offers socially responsible global health immersion programs for health sciences students and recent graduates. By participating in CFHI programs students gain insight and context into the challenges and successes involved in providing care with limited resources to underserved communities.  Read more about CFHI’s 20+ sites at  www.cfhi.org.

Combining CFHI Programs
A unique option offered by CFHI is combining 2-3 programs for a comparative 8-12 week or semester-long immersion experience.  Participants can customize 2 or more programs based on their interest in order to learn in-depth about care in urban vs. rural communities, or learn about specific healthcare issues within a country such as communicable disease in Mumbai, India and maternal and child health in Pune, India, for example.  Whether choosing to take part in 1, 2, or 3 CFHI programs, participants will have a unique opportunity to work alongside professionals in clinical environments and learn about healthcare abroad at the grassroots level.

CFHI also offers assistance in obtaining academic credit from your university.  For more details on this or ANY of our 20+ programs see http://www.cfhi.org/web/index.php/program/viewall. CFHI continues to accept 2010 applications on a rolling basis, spots are filling up quickly, especially for summer programs so apply now online or contact us for more details.



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