Monthly Archives: December 2015
What happens when a global health crisis leaves the Western media spotlight?
Fordham University recently published the article, “Healing Ebola,” which features the insight and experience of Alexander van Tulleken, M.D. (IIHA Helen Hamlyn Senior Fellow, IDHA 16), Melissa Labonte, Ph.D. (Fordham University Political Science Associate Professor, IDHA Lecturer), Ellie Frazier (IIHA Adjunct Faculty), Laura Sida (IDHA 36, MIHA), and Elin Gursky (IDHA 40).
Thank you for participating in the CIHC’s first-ever online appeal to our alumni and network in over 133 countries.
In connection with preparations for CIHC’s 25th anniversary in 2017, a key objective for our #GivingTuesday campaign was to obtain baseline information from which to move forward serving the humanitarian community. Although responses are still coming in, we are grateful for the interest and support received to date: 20% responded in some way and $182 was raised.
Brendan Cahill (IIHA Executive Director, IDHA 9) and Joanna Whitaker (IDHA 15), both graduates of the IDHA Geneva course, find a moment to catch up at the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) 35th Anniversary Awards Dinner in New York.
Matthew Hollingworth (IDHA 1), previously the United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP) Syria Country Director, has now taken a new position as WFP’s MENA Deputy Regional Director, and was recently featured in the organization’s Zero Hunger Campaign .