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Unite For Sight
Applying best practices in global health and social entrepreneurship to provide cost-effective eye care to the world's poorest people.
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Unite For Sight May 16
Delighted to see the incredible work of Unite For Sight friend and workshop presenter highlighted here:
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Unite For Sight May 11
Jonathan Sigworth, Innovation Prize $5,000 Winner and Co-Founder of a non-profit focused on allowing users with spinal cord injuries to achieve independence goals efficiently and reintegrate into their communities.
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Unite For Sight May 9
At the Nessa Ryan pitched her innovation called Restore Cup, a low-cost, insertable device to manage obstetric fistula. Thank you Nessa!
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Unite For Sight May 7
A Simple Way to Improve a Billion Lives: Eyeglasses
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Unite For Sight May 3
Liz Toomey pitched her fantastic and insightful ideas about leveling the playing field for scientists at .
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Unite For Sight May 3
How might partnering with midwives improve maternal-child health and eliminate disease? presented her insights at .
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Unite For Sight May 2
Innovation Prize semifinalist and co-founder of presented his stellar pitch about supported community-based hearing and vision programs for preschool children at the .
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Mobile Surgery and it’s role in makes an impression
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Liz Toomey May 1
I would like to thank Global Health and Innovation Conference for the opportunity to pitch ! I would also like to thank expert panelists Jordan Levy & Dean Cycon of for their advice & encouragement
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Unite For Sight Apr 27
Cultural competency is tremendously important in global health work. Consider exploring the open access content provided by Global Health University or enroll in the Cultural Competency Certificate Program here:
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Stop Pneumonia Apr 18
This past weekend, 2000 people from 55 countries attended ‘s 15th Annual Conference. highlights 's plan to train 50,000 CHWs and Jordan Levy's speech on local knowledge to inform interventions @jdlevybuntu
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Drake Strategies Apr 20
We had an amazing time presenting at Yale during 's . After hearing your questions, we decided to put together our 3 key takeaways on the connection between data + storytelling, and include a link to our presentation.
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Skoll Foundation Apr 23
. recently joined and to discuss the at . Find out how this will reinvent education for in the digital age. Via :
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Unite For Sight Apr 20
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DeafKidz International Apr 18
Hugely positive response to ‘Signing Safe Futures! Session at Yale Unite for Sight conference - delighted to be progressing joint work with DeafKidz Intl USA and a range of US based partners...
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Drake Strategies Apr 16
We presented on the connection between data + storytelling at ’s conference at . We were impressed with the creativity and ideas being bounced around by all the speakers and the audience and how everyone was working collaboratively to do more good.
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Unite For Sight Apr 16
Congratulations to $5,000 GHIC Innovation Prize winner Jonathan Sigworth () who developed an online video course that will allow users with spinal cord injuries to achieve independence goals efficiently and reintegrate into their communities.
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Unite For Sight Apr 16
Unite For Sight's $10,000 GHIC Innovation Prize winner Pratap Kumar developed an unique paper-to-digital approach to electronic medical records through rubber stamps. Congratulations Pratap!
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Unite For Sight Apr 16
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 GHIC Innovation Prizes: first prize went to Pratap Kumar and second prize went to Jonathan Sigworth !
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Last Mile Health Apr 15
Thanks to for hosting a great conversation on the , featuring our partners of , of & of the UN Health Envoy.
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