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TargetMobi is a mobile research and communications technology company. Through our platform, we enable researchers, healthcare providers, non-profits and businesses to incorporate mobile technology into their communication and operation strategies.TargetMobi seeks to revolutionize data collection and customer relationship management (CRM) through Mobile Technology on a global scale. The TargetMobi platform enables organizations to collect data using mobile devices and to receive valuable feedback and insights in real-time.TargetMobi empowers organizations to connect with customers in markets with limited Internet access. visit https://www.targetmobi.com

Our mission is to mobilize a global community of emerging leaders to build the movement for health equity. We are building a network of young changemakers who share a common beliefWe are a community of leaders who are proud to represent many different national, racial, ethnic, socio-economic, religious, gender, and other identities. We represent varied professional backgrounds, collaborating across fields and sectors to form a powerful, close-knit network of changemakers. Our diversity as a community is our strength, driving our ability to be empathetic, visionary, and effective leaders in the health equity movement, and engage with the world with dignity and respect.visit https://ghcorps.org

The International Health Sciences University (IHSU) in Uganda is a niche University that is licensed by the Uganda National Council for Higher Education (NCHE [UI.PL 013]). IHSU is a non-residential university offering health sciences courses and grooms students to become tomorrow’s leaders in the provision and management of health services nationally and internationally. IHSU is currently situated on the third floor at International Hospital Kampala. The first school, the School of Nursing, was established in 2005 with 16 diploma students. The primary goal of the school was to rethink, refresh, and make a difference to the way new and professional nurses were being educated in Uganda. In March of 2008, the school received its provisional licence to operate as a university and effectively expanded its programming to include baccalaureate education in Nursing, Public Health, Allied Health, and Continuing Healthcare training.visit http://www.ihsu.ac.ug

Knoema is a search engine for data seamlessly connecting public and private sources and making data discoverable and accessible to information workers. Knoema does for data what Google did for websites and the Internet overall. It makes it trivial to find data when you need it and make a story out of it. The name derives from the combination of knowledge and the Greek word νόημα (noema), which stands for “what makes sense.for more information. visit https://knoema.com

Bringing together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers from around the world, the Yale Global Health leadership Institute (GHLI) serves as a nexus to encourage conversation, collaboration and leadership development. With the goal to create and sustain synergies in global health research, education and practice from departments throughout Yale, the Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) is comprised of faculty, staff and affiliated faculty from diverse specialty areas to confront global health issues with a multidisciplinary approach. Leadership and management experts, cardiologists, nurses, obstetricians, pediatricians, researchers, lawyers, economists, financial specialists, statisticians and more work together to achieve comprehensive solutions for projects both in the U.S. and around the world.visit http://ghli.yale.edu

MEPI The early success of PEPFAR in delivering antiretroviral medications to some of the world’s poorest countries unmasked a new problem – many countries lacked the health workers needed to efficiently use the medications. PEPFAR’s 2008 reauthorization embraced this challenge, committing to training thousands of new health workers, particularly doctors and nurses. In 2010, PEPFAR launched the Medical Education Partnership Initiative, funding 13 medical schools ($130 million over 5 years) in 12 African countries to improve the quantity, quality, and retention of their graduates in an effort to begin strengthening health systems in those countries. MEPI is funded by PEPFAR through the Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator in the State Department and by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The initiative is administered by both the NIH Fogarty International Center and the HIV/AIDS Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration in the Department of Health and Human Services.visit http://www.mepinetwork.org

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