Public Health Brigades



  • About Public Health Brigades
    Public Health Brigade volunteers empower under resourced communities in the developing world to decrease life threatening diseases by improving home infrastructure and providing public health education through a 7 day Public Health Brigade in Honduras and Panama. Student volunteers can either join an existing Public Health Brigades chapter on their campus or create their own chapter and recruit other volunteers. Working side-by-side with community members, volunteers improve the overall infrastructure within the home through the construction of four projects: eco-stoves, latrines, water storage units and concrete floors. The four projects were chosen based on observations of medical brigade patient records.

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Arizona State University Impacting Community Public Health in a Developing Country KAMBIA Programs

Arizona State University is a chapter of Global Public Health Brigades, an international movement of university students working to improve health conditions in the developing world. Through an eviden

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Arizona State University Community Development KAMBIA Programs

Arizona State University is a chapter of Global Public Health Brigades, an international movement of university students working to improve health conditions in the developing world. Through an eviden

1 Members of this chapter

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University of Pennsylvania Public Health Brigade January 2023 Honduras
01/02/2023 12:00 AM - 01/08/2023 12:00 AM

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Arizona State University Impacting Community Public Health in a Developing Country KAMBIA Virtual January 2023 Honduras
01/04/2023 12:00 AM - 02/28/2023 12:00 AM

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