• News   |   February 13th, 2018
    The Harman Family Foundation (HFF) has awarded HealthRight International a grant of $50,000 to support and expand our work with unaccompanied migrant children. HealthRight International is honored to receive an award from HFF for the third consecutive year. The funds from this award will enable us to expand our clinician...
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  • News   |   January 1st, 2018
    MAC AIDS supports new PrEP Project in Kilifi County, Kenya MAC AIDS Fund awarded HealthRight International $200,000 USD to support the two-year open label demonstration project entitled, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) efficacy and feasibility among male sex workers in coastal Kenya. Strengthening the Foster Care System in Vietnam Boeing Global Corporate...
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  • Analysis   |   December 10th, 2017
    Peter Navario, Executive Director of HealthRight International, was invited as a guest for the latest episode of “5 Percent and Falling”– a podcast series part of of New York University’s College of Global Public Health dedicated to public health, and exploring crises as they affect our communities, families and futures...
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  • News   |   May 30th, 2017
    The Elton John AIDS Foundation’s recent support strengthens HealthRight’s response to better meet the health needs of marginalized adolescents and women in Ukraine. Ukraine has experienced one of the fastest growing HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe, with youth and women as two of the most vulnerable populations for incarceration in high...
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  • News   |   April 25th, 2017
    On March 9, 2017  the MAC AIDS Fund together with HealthRight International and the Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health (UFPH) organized a charity event for pregnant women and mothers with young children in difficult living circumstances in Kyiv, Ukraine. Make-up artists of the M.A.C brand conducted a master class for...
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  • News   |   April 22nd, 2017
    In January 2017, HealthRight was awarded follow-up support from the Harman Family Foundation, enabling us to continue our work supporting the forensic and follow-up case management needs of unaccompanied migrant children (UMC) in the New York metropolitan area. This project follows on a successful 2016 project, through which HealthRight trained...
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  • News   |   April 22nd, 2017
    HealthRight has been partnering with NYU’s College of Global Public Health to develop a unique online course for masters of public health (MPH) students. The course, “Perspectives in Migrant Health and Human Rights,” drawing on real world case studies and interviews with many migrant health practitioners – both from among...
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  • News   |   April 22nd, 2017
    In October 2016, Human Rights Clinic Director Lauren Pesso gave a presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. The presentation, entitled, Building Forensic and Follow-up Capacity of Healthcare Workers to Serve Unaccompanied Migrant Children, was part of one of the APHA’s Human Rights Forum sessions,...
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  • News   |   April 22nd, 2017
    On March 7, HealthRight International’s Programs Director Dr. K’Ouma Thomas, Program Manager Abraham Rono, and Women and Children’s Health Program Director Dr. Theresa Castillo attended the 2017 Africa Health Agenda International (AHAI) Conference in Nairobi, Kenya. This year’s AHAI conference built off of the successes of the first Amref Health...
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