This sub-committee’s (SC) mission is to a) help identify, catalog and aggregate training, curricula and human resource needs from low and middle income countries (LMICS), b) identify context relevant training programs/resources, and c) share this information through a web based platform housed on the CUGH website. Click on the "Read more" link below for more information.
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Extreme violence is forcing innocent civilians to flee northward from Central America to the US. Illegal drug consumption in North America is fueling the criminal gangs perpetrating these horrors. Learn more about the humanitarian catastrophe, including sexual violence inflicted upon women and girls taking the arduous trip, in the attachments below.
CROWDSOURCING RESEARCH QUESTIONS
This page will list funded research questions (open to all) and unfunded questions from Low Income Nations. We hope this site will connect needed, practical questions with researchers esp. those undertaking work at a Masters, PhD or post doc level. This will provide those posing the research questions with high quality research while the scientist may make new connections, identify potential future employment opportunities and may receive funding for their work.
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