In times like these there are immense concerns but there are also best practices, and there is always hope. As hard as it may be to clearly see at this time, there are slivers of positive news that have begun to emerge from this pandemic.
The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health team has been working with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in sub-Saharan Africa on a series of evaluations relating to projects addressing the legal environment around HIV and TB to better support key populations.
The leadership of the USC Institute for Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) team has developed relationships and partnerships around the world for more than two decades on a range of critical global health issues.
On March 11, 2020, USC IIGH will host Sharon Fonn, visiting Fulbright Scholar, USC for a talk titled "March 11, 2020 - Accessing Health Care in South Africa – What Does Inequality Look Like?"
by APRU Global Health Program with Mellissa Withers published by The Association of Pacific Rim Universities.
by Sofia Gruskin in Health and Human Rights Journal.
by Victor Hsiao, Sunya Chen and Mellissa Withers in Journal of Global Health Science.
by Mellissa Withers in Psychology Today.
by Rebecca Brown, Eszter Kismödi, Rajat Khosla, S. Malla, Lucy Asuagbor, Ximena Andión-Ibanez, Sofia Gruskin for Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters.
In October 2019, Sofia Gruskin, Director of the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, traveled to Mexico City with Avery Everhart, a doctoral student affiliated with IIGH and the USC Spatial Sciences Institute, to participate in the annual meeting of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS)