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  • Awareness Rally
    January 29th, 2016

    HealthRight International, in collaboration with government of Nepal and other local stakeholders, celebrated the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence by participating in the UN’s UNiTE Campaign to End Violence Against Women in the Arghakhanchi district of Nepal.

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  • Silas Chebon
    January 13th, 2016
    Interview with Silas Chebon, Site Manager and Clinical Mentor, Marakwet West Sub-County, Kenya   Tell us about yourself. I am a responsible father of two children, social and a team player. I like teamwork, transparency, accountability and positive criticism. I also dislike gossiping. What do you like most about HealthRight...
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  • Hawa, a girl who lives in Gbolaka-Ta, survived Ebola. She asked to be photographed in this room, both the room she was born in, and the one she almost died in

Photograph: Daniel Jack Lyons/International Medical Corps
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    December 18th, 2015
    For more than 20 years, HealthRight has been helping to stabilize the lives of vulnerable immigrant populations. The letter below was written by a survivor of anti-gay violence from Jamaica who benefited from HealthRight programs. I am an asylum-seeker from Jamaica, where I was the target of anti-gay violence. I’ve...
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    December 16th, 2015
    NYU’s New, Innovative, Intensive One-Year Global MPH Degree Will Train Students on Three Continents “Our Cross-Continental MPH students will benefit from NYU’s extraordinary relationships with international agencies and nonprofit organizations, including the World Health Organization, the United Nations, UNICEF and HealthRight International,” said CGPH Dean, Dr. Cheryl G. Healton. “Our...
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  • 2-4-2010 MD+preceptor+client COLOR Nicole
    October 5th, 2015
    October 5, 2015 For over 20 years, HealthRight’s Human Rights Clinic (HRC) has helped the most marginalized immigrants in the United States—those who have experienced horrific torture, abuse and persecution, but who arrive outside of the formal refugee resettlement system and are therefore forced to prove their suffering in order...
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