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Global Health students work towards community-based solutions for menstrual health and hygiene through education, advocacy and improved facilities

Empower and Care Organization (EACO) began as a community-based initiative in Uganda with the goal of providing effective skills for vulnerable men, women, and children. EACO was founded by Shadrak Kyobe and a local collective, which quickly extended through Uganda as there is significant need for their services. “There is great potential and aspiration found […]

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Gaining international experience while working remotely – Q & A with MSc student Brenda Clement

Work-integrated learning is a core component of McMaster’s graduate Global Health program, which requires students to complete a ten-week practicum to gain hands-on experience in the global health field. Students work with organizations that put into practice the theory, concepts, and methods taught in the program with activities targeted to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. […]

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New report offers snapshot of campus-wide sustainability action

Sustainability, in all its forms, matters to the McMaster community. The focus on environmental sustainability runs through every part of the university, from innovative teaching and research, to the campus environment and operations. A snapshot of these collective measures to advance environmental sustainability within our institution, the communities that surround us and around the world […]

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