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Uhuru Kenyatta was declared president elect despite elections not having taken place in 25 constituencies in four counties in the 26 October election
Representatives from several Faculties at the UiB met at Makerere University in November.
New publication on LMIC perspectives and experience
The Global Mental Health research group was present at the 10th European Congress on Tropical Medicine & International Health (ECTMIH), in Antwerp, Belgium.
Medical abortion drugs in Tanzania, student’s experiences with seeking abortion in Ethiopia, and sexuality education in Zambian schools were on the agenda for the second annual meeting of the SAFEZT project.
27-28 March 2017, Silversprings, Kampala, Uganda 2nd National child and adolescent mental health conference 2017
Esprance Kashala-Abotnes, a CIH researcher, is training care-givers in DRC how to prevent Konzo Disease in very young Congolese children.
Justin Tongun is a PhD student at the Centre for International Health (CIH). His home is in South-Sudan.
One of the courses in the Bergen Summer Research School was arranged by the global mental health research group.
Five «students» been selected to take part in the capacity-building project funded by the Gates Foundation. Here we meet Lelisa Fekadu and Getachew Teshome.
MAKE A PUBLIC STATEMENT FOR 28 SEPTEMBER! The women's movement internationally has celebrated 28 September as a day of action for the right to safe abortion since 1990. Join us this year.
UiB’s highest education prize for 2017, the Owl Prize, has been awarded to the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “Occupational Health in Developing Countries”.
CIH researcher, Tehmina Mustafa, has developed a new robust, rapid, sensitive, and specific test for TB, implementable in low-resource settings!
The SAFEZT project invites abstracts for panel 1101 at the 20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, 2018.
Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH) based at the School of Global Studies, University of Sussex is one of Research Group for Global Health Anthropology's partners.

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