Spring 2012

IDN New Issue One Spring 2012
Sudan

Six Months after Independence: Prospects for Peace in Sudan/South Sudan

In South Sudan, the joy and excitement of independence from Sudan has quickly dissipated in the face of ongoing conflicts within the new country and unresolved disputes between South Sudan and Sudan.  After six months of independence... >>

Gray Clevenger

An Education in Development: MDP Student: Gray Clevenger Observes International Elections

An Education in Development: MDP Student Gray Clevenger Observes International Elections
Some students come to Emory with a clear sense of where their educational journey will take them.  For others, the road ahead is shaped by experiences they have... >>

International Institute of Nationa Public Health meeting

Strengthening Global Health One CDC at a Time

In June 2008 Ethiopian authorities closed down 16 factories producing edible oil after the death of eight people and the hospitalization of 94 others in the capital city of Addis Ababa.  The Ethiopia Health and Nutrition Research Institute (EHNRI) linked the cause of deaths and hospitalizations to the consumption of edible oil... >>

St. Paul

Emory and St. Paul’s: Public Health from a Theology of Head and Heart

 This past summer five Emory students traveled to Kenya to participate in a new certificate course in religion, health and development—a course that is part of  an ongoing collaboration between St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya, and Emory University... >>

Migration

Putting a Human Face on Migration: Migration, Remittances and Development

Domingo, like many other Maya from Guatemala, came to the United States in search of better economic opportunities to support his family in his home country.  He found opportunities for employment, but he also suffered severe discrimination... >>