This website is a step toward impacting more hearts and minds leading to sustainable solutions and empowering global partnerships.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 14, 2015
Child Family Health International (CFHI), the leading nonprofit organization providing community-based Global Health Education Programs for hundreds of students and universities, today announced the launch of a new, redesigned version of its website, http://www.cfhi.org.
For the past two years, CFHI has been working diligently to create a more robust site that will serve as a comprehensive resource for students, parents, international educators, donors, and other supporters. Its new site is a user-friendly information hub where visitors can learn extensively about CFHI’s international education programs and community engagement efforts, and global health more broadly.
Key features of the site include an improved navigation and functionality, enhanced user experience, and compelling new content. The website’s modern and vibrant look, combined with its mobile optimization, makes reading and browsing effortless. Students from various disciplines will be able to easily explore CFHI’s over 25 Global Health Education Programs across 7 countries, and select a program that best suits their education level, language abilities, and interests. In addition, advisors and faculty looking to expand their institutions’ global health offerings will find useful information on CFHI’s various academic partnership options.
Among the site’s other features include the Global Health Programs and Resources page. Here, visitors are provided with free access to a collection of valuable resources, including the Global Ambassador for Patient Safety (GAPS) online workshop, Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) education modules, and the AMSA Global Health Clinical Ethics Pre-Departure Workshop, beneficial to Global Health trainees and professionals alike.
With its newly designed website, CFHI hopes to expand its reach and impact on students, universities, and international communities. “CFHI is challenging the way we look at poverty, nurturing admiration rather than pity. This website is a step toward impacting more hearts and minds leading to sustainable solutions and empowering global partnerships,” observes CFHI Executive Director, Dr. Jessica Evert.
Founded in 1992, CFHI (http://www.cfhi.org) is a non-government organization (NGO) operating at the grassroots level to provide transformative global health education experiences and community empowerment in underserved communities around the world. CFHI offers 20+ Global Health Education Programs designed to broaden students' perspectives about global health - as well as a variety of community health initiatives and projects - in developing countries including Bolivia, Ecuador, India, Argentina, Mexico, Uganda and South Africa. More than 8,000 students have participated in CFHI programs to date. CFHI has been granted Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC).