Meet the Non-MDs Solving Systemic Heath Care Problems for Global Health Corps
Global Health Corps just sent its latest cohort of fellows to their yearlong posts developing health and social justice solutions in places like Zambia, Malawi and Rwanda. And while the GHC fellows—all aged 30 and under—will help develop new systems for dealing with endemic issues like maternal death rates and the spread of airborne disease, perhaps the most intriguing thing about them isn’t where they’re going. It’s where they come from.
Of the 134 fellows in this year’s GHC class, only three are medically trained doctors. Most come from other backgrounds like architecture, design, communications, and corporate logistics.
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