African Public Health Network
“Faces of Africa”
The African Health Story: Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie speaks at the African Public Health Network's "Faces of Africa" event
Livestream Friday, April 13, noon-2:30 p.m.
The African Public Health network is a student and faculty run association established in 1991 at the Bloomberg School.
Members include students, alumni and health professionals who are from Africa, have worked in Africa or are interested in African public health matters.
Our mission is to create a forum for exchange of ideas, information and experiences, as well as training and research collaboration related to public health issues of special concern to Africa.
The African Public Health Network also serves as a platform where we can voice and raise concerns about the resolution of public health problems and their socio-economic dimensions in Africa. Members also become a part of a professional and social network of African public health professionals.
For more information, you can contact the African Public Health Network directly.