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The USC Institute on Inequalities on Global Health (IIGH) has put into place a long-term partnership with Amref Health AfricaRead the Full Article Here
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Does global health need U.S. leadership, or does it need U.S. solidarity and cooperation? The answer may lie in reimagining what global health leadership means in the 21st century and the post-pandemic era.View the full video here
The USC Law & Global Health Collaboration and the USC IIGH, in collaboration with USC Community Health Equity Solutions (CHES), hosted a dynamic panel discussion with global and local experts to bring attention to the use and misuse of the law in the COVID eraView the full video here
2021 USC IIGH Case Competition
On February 19, 2021, 12 teams of five students from across USC competed in the 2021 USC Global Hea...Continue Reading
Interested in learning how drones are used in global health?
The use of drones (or UAVs) in the public health context is relatively new but has been growing sig...Continue Reading
Global Health and Human Rights under the New Administration: Steps to Set Priorities for our Collective Agenda
The 2020 U.S. election season has been a highly charged, deeply emotional and, let’s be honest, e...Continue Reading
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USC IIGH collaborates with faculty and schools across USC, as well as hundreds of civil society, academic, government and UN partners around the world to conduct innovative research that transcends borders and disciplines to make a difference in the world.
USC IIGH is a major center of education and training with a focus on training the next generation of global health leaders in collaboration with a range of international partners, all with a strong commitment to addressing inequalities