The Program on Refugees, Forced Displacement, and Humanitarian Responses presents:
Dr. LaRon Nelson, Associate Dean for Global Health and Equity at the Yale School of Nursing: “New Ways of Working: Delivering Health Services to Forcibly Displaced People in Africa.”
This will be a panel discussion led by Dr. LaRon Nelson, Associate Dean for Global Health and Equity at the Yale School of Nursing, with three practitioners who have direct experience working with NGOs in Africa including The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria; UNICEF; THRIVEGulu; and Save the Children.
This will be a great opportunity to bridge the gap between theory and practice; highlight the importance of nonprofit / NGO work; give students an opportunity to meet professionals from organizations for potential volunteer, internship and work opportunities; and underscore the reach and impact of Yale’s global network.
Event registration - it is free and open to the public