Have you ever wondered what it takes to be successful in a dynamic and fast-paced field like global health? GHFP-II’s Fellows and Interns leverage their diverse backgrounds and skillsets to enhance the effectiveness of USAID’s global health programs. This blog series features the first-hand experiences, challenges, and successes of current or former GHFP-II Fellows placed overseas. We invite you to learn more about their work by reading our Fellows’ stories below.
In the parking lot of an auto garage in northern Tanzania sit three popup tents. Except for a sign in front of the tents, they are relatively inconspicuous. Mechanics on the lot glance over at the tents from time to time, but otherwise go about their work. Inside these tents, 20 young women hold small children in their laps and attentively listen to their peer educator. These women are at their workplace too, but they aren’t mechanics. [ READ MORE ]