Center for Public Health and Human Rights
Mae Sot, Thailand
The Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR) was established in April 2004 to examine the impact of human rights violations on the general health of populations through the application of epidemiological practices and other public health tools.
CPPHR uses critical evidence-based assessments of the role that repressive laws and social discord play in the health of populations. It is involved in a number of activities in three primary areas of effort—education, research, and advocacy.
Crime and Obesity
Telling kids to "be more active" won't dent the obesity epidemic if they're afraid to go outside.
Buzz. No Death.
Imagine a mosquito that could not transmit malaria. Marcelo Jacobs-Lorena did. Then he made one.
Why are men lining up to be circumcised in rural Uganda? One cut can dramatically reduce the risk of HIV infection.
Chuka Anude had a great job, but it wasn't enough. He wanted to be a leader. So he came to the Bloomberg School.
In northwest Bangladesh, the JiVitA research project seeks to save infant lives with vitamin A.