Global Health Corps Fellowship
GHC fellows typically work in pairs - one local and one international fellow - and fill identified gaps within the organizations they are placed. Host organizations benefit from the skills, experience and energy of young leaders, while the GHC fellows gain skills and work experience within effective organizations.
CHAM became a GHC host organization for the 2015-2016 fellow cohort, and has also committed to host fellows in the 2016-2017 cohort. We look forward to a long partnership with GHC.
Global Health Corps Fellows
GHC fellow Ruby Reed directs a consultation on CHAM's new communication strategy, which she helped develop.
2015-2016 Global Health Corps fellows with GHC staff - including CEO Barbara Bush - at their mid-year retreat in Zambia.
Ruby Reed making an appearance on Malawi's Timveni radio.
Ruby teaches an ICT class at a girl's empowerment camp. She also led sessions on healthy sexual choices, negotiating consent/condom use and gender-based violence.