Global Health Fellows - Overview
The Global Health Fellows Program (GHF) is an international corporate volunteer program that places Pfizer colleagues and teams in short term assignments with leading international development organizations in key emerging markets. During assignments Fellows transfer their professional medical and business expertise in ways that promote access, quality and efficiency of health services for people in greatest need.
Since 2003, over 300 Pfizer colleagues, from offices around the world, have participated in the program working in close to 45 countries. Assignments are focused on optimizing supply chains and business functions, and scaling up promising health prevention approaches. Via the program, Pfizer has partnered with over 40 international development organizations.
- Albert Dunne — Tackling the Challenge of Human Resources for Health (HRH) Strengthening in Kenya
- Janet White — Improving Access to Healthcare in Uganda
- Lingfeng Yang — Engaging Business in Fighting Diabetes in China: Assessment and Recommendations
- Jeffrey Trocio — Fostering Partnerships to Improve Maternal and Child Survival in Uganda
- Andreas Kuznik — Task shifting as a means to improve the cost-effectiveness of antiretroviral drug delivery
- Elaine Tai — Counterfeit Medicines in Kenya
- Janna Dunbar — Unique Challenges for Women's Health in Rural India
- Mark Anthony Gregorio — A Glimpse of the Healthcare Workforce in Papua New Guinea
- Michael Benigno — Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission in Ethiopia
- Nyasha Manyonda — How Health Financing Works
- Philippe Grandin — Community Revolving Fund Pharmacies in Kenya
- Seamus Pender — Vaccine manufacturing process and supply of animal health care products in West Africa