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We support efforts to build sustainable solutions to intractable health challenges
We support efforts to build sustainable solutions to intractable health challenges

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Ujenzi's implementation Partner
The mission of the Division of Global Health and Human Rights is to care for the world's most vulnerable by developing and facilitating health-care delivery, research, education, and capacity-building initiatives.

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We're excited to share a few new YouTube resources for you including the YouTube Playbook for Nonprofits: http://goo.gl/OS8qs. You can learn more about additional updates to YouTube that are especially relevant for nonprofits in the YouTube blog post below.

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On July 9th, 2011 South Sudan became the 193rd nation in the world. This sub-Saharan nation is the size of France without a single paved highway. With the highest maternal mortality rate in the world, the country has less than 50 licensed doctors for its 10 million people. 400 medical students are struggling to become the first generation of South Sudanese doctors.

This is their story...

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"When a woman gives birth, there are many places in Africa where they say, 'Mwapusukeni. . .Thank God, you have survived'", says Dr Thomas Burke, founder of Ujenzi Trust and Chief of the Division of Global Health and Human Rights in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital. This 15-minute film offers a rare glimpse into remote villages in South Sudan as MGH teams lead innovative medical-training programs to reduce the highest maternal and child mortality rates in the world.

For more on Ujenzi Trust's role see >> Maternal, Newborn, and Child Survival initiative (MNCS) at ujenzi.org
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