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University of Southern California Schwarzenegger Institute Hosts Eisenhower Fellows from Africa

Participants came from seven African countries and diverse fields including agriculture, housing, public safety, water quality, finance, food security, and environmental protection

The USC (https://www.USC.edu) Schwarzenegger Institute hosted 20 Eisenhower Fellows from Africa working to address the challenges of pollution and global warming. Members of the Eisenhower Fellowships’ Africa Program visited the University of Southern California (USC) in the middle of a six-week tour of the U.S. to meet with experts and exchange…

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University of Southern California (USC) Africa Hub Promotes Global Health and Human Rights

The USC Africa Hub is part of a new consortium that’s looking at zoonotic diseases — diseases that jump from animals to humans — in Uganda

The University of Southern California (USC) (https://www.USC.edu) Africa Hub brings professors and students together with experts and organizations in Africa to tackle some of the region’s most pressing health issues, addressing inequalities through innovative use of human rights-based approaches. “We did a lot of COVID-related work in the past two…