GLOBEMED AT UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER 2011-2012 Annual Report
students and communities improving health around the world
GlobeMed is a network of university students that partner with grassroots organizations around the world to improve the health of people living in poverty FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY ARM Orissa, India
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Medical AIDS Outreach Montgomery, Alabama
UNC-CHAPEL HILL Health Alert Uganda Gulu, Uganda
BETHEL UNIVERSITY Rural Economic Development Association Svay Rieng, Cambodia
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY RVCP, Butare, Rwanda Community of Hope Washington, D.C.
RHODES COLLEGE A Ministry of Sharing Health and Hope Managua, Nicaragua
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PEDA Vientiane, Laos
BOSTON COLLEGE CCC-UNSCH Ayacucho, Peru
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Primeros Pasos Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Cooperation for Social Services and Development Phnom Penh, Cambodia
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER Kallpa Iquitos Iquitos, Peru
BROWN UNIVERSITY Ungano Tena Nairobi, Kenya
INDIANA UNIVERSITY CEMOPLAF Cajabamba Cajabamba, Ecuador
TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY Maison de Naissance Torbeck, Haiti
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CareNet Ghana Hohoe, Ghana
BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY KIHEFO Kabale, Uganda
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY Health Development Initiative Kigali, Rwanda
TUFTS UNIVERSITY Nyaya Health Achham, Nepal
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Clinica Ana Manganaro Guarjila, El Salvador
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GWED-G Gulu, Uganda
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO Jambi Huasi Otovalo, Ecuador
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ASPAT Lima, Peru
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Build Your Future Today Center Siem Reap, Cambodia
CORNELL UNIVERSITY CEPAIPA Guayaquil, Ecuador
MIT Women Mobilizing for Development Bokeo, Laos
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Social Action for Women Mae Sot, Thailand
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON WDA Phnom Penh, Cambodia
CU-BOULDER HHC, Jawalakhel, Nepal Courage Is Change Denver, Colorado
MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE Gardens for Health International Gasabo, Rwanda
UCLA Nwoya Youth Center Anaka, Uganda
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON COWS Kampong Thom, Cambodia
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Kachin Women’s Association Thailand Chiang Mai, Thailand
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Kitovu Mobile AIDS Organization Masaka, Uganda
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Buddhism and Society Development Association Kampong Cham, Cambodia
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY Dios es Amor Lima, Peru
DEPAUL UNIVERSITY ASOSAP Alta Verapaz, Guatemala
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HOPE Center Ho, Ghana
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Tiyatien Health Zwedru, Liberia Joy-Southfield Detroit, Michigan
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS UDHA Iganga, Uganda
DUKE UNIVERSITY Salud Sin Límites Siuna, Nicaragua
OBERLIN COLLEGE Center for Community Health Promotion Hanoi, Vietnam
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY KCRC Bushenyi District, Uganda
WHITMAN COLLEGE Burmese Women’s Union Chiang Mai, Thailand
EMORY UNIVERSITY MAP Foundation Chiang Mai, Thailand
PENN STATE UNIVERSITY ACUDESBAL Chiapas, Mexico
AMHERST COLLEGE Pastoral de La Salud San Salvador, El Salvador
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GlobeMed aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity by empowering students and communities to work together to improve the health of people living in poverty around the world.
We believe every human life has equal worth and every person deserves the chance to thrive. This belief has drawn together our network of students, communities, and supporters from all walks of life and from every corner of the world. Health for all is within our grasp, but we can only achieve it by working together.
PRESIDENTS’ MESSAGE GlobeMed at CU-Boulder
Dear Friends and Supporters of GlobeMed at CU Boulder, It is with great pride and graciousness to share with you GlobeMed at CU Boulder’s many accomplishments over the past academic year. Through collaborative efforts, our chapter of 50 students has marched in solidarity with our partner, Himalayan HealthCare, to raise nearly $30,000 to support various grassroots initiatives in rural villages throughout Nepal. Yet, our successes from this past year are far more robust than our fundraising efforts alone. For the first time, we have partnered with a local grassroots non-profit, Courage is Change, to begin to examine and make an impact on domestic violence issues that affect our local community. These great strides would not have been made without our passionate and dedicated student staff whom has worked tirelessly to plan successful campaigns and educate themselves and our university community about the health and human rights injustices that plague our world today. These outstanding members of our organization are truly unique in their ability to combine empathy, discernment and effective leadership to turn ideas into action. Since our founding three years ago, GlobeMed has established a true presence on the University of Colorado campus. Our fellow staff and students recognized our efforts, awarding our chapter with the title of “Student Group of The Year” through CU GOLD. We plan to harness this momentum and continue to improve our organization and expand our reach and goals over the next years and beyond. However, the true unsung heroes of our successes are our many supporters, family and friends. Without the endless support we have so humbly received we would not be where we are today. Together, we are truly making an impact in the lives of those suffering from the burdens of poverty, disease, and lack of resources and changing the status quo in global health. Our Endless Gratitude, Jillian Warner and Scott Mahlberg 2011-2012 Co-Presidents
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2011 – 2012 AT A GLANCE
4 OUR PARTNER 5
GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK INTERNSHIP
10 WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE 11 GLOBEMED GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT 12 OUR FUTURE 13 FINANCES 14 STAY CONNECTED 15 THANK YOU
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GlobeMed at CU-Boulder
ABOUT US In 2009 a group of four students founded the GlobeMed chapter at the University of Colorado at Boulder, turning a vision into a highly effective organization dedicated to creating a more equitable world.
Since the founding, a relationship with Himalayan HealthCare in Jawalakhel, Nepal has blossomed into a strong partnership valued and respected equally by both parties. GlobeMed at CU has visited HHC on 4 G.R.O.W internships, currently has 45 dedicated chapter members and has raised over $70,000 in a span of just 3 years to support various projects of HHC.
since our founding in august 2009 , our chapter has grown from 04 to 45 members.
OUR PARTNER Himalayan HealthCare WORKS IN TIPLING AND ILAM, NEPAL POPULATION: 300,000
KEY FACT: In 1992, the infant mortality rate was 225/1000. Since HHC entered Tipling, it has been reduced to 15/1000.
Tipling is one of the most isolated regions in Nepal. It is a three-day trek to reach any hospital or urban area from Tipling. The villagers live in conditions of extreme poverty with barely enough to eat, unclean drinking water, and education systems rudimentary at best. After a ten year Civil War that ended in 2006, the government continues to exist in a liquid state, churning in circles. This has left little help for those living on less than $1 a day.
KEY FACT: Over 50% of the children in Tipling are malnourished.
ABOUT HIMALAYAN HEALTHCARE FOUNDED IN 1992 Himalayan HealthCare (HHC) was founded in 1992 in response to devastating health and sanitary conditions in areas of rural Nepal, specifically in a place called Tipling, in the Northern Mountains of Nepal. The rural areas of Nepal have little, if any, assistance from the government or other NGO's due to extreme isolation. The mission of Himalayan HealthCare is to create sustainable development programs in remote villages of Nepal to help improve the quality of life for its people. Himalayan HealthCare achieves its mission by providing primary health care, community education and income generating programs that enable people to be self-supporting in the long-term. GlobeMed's partnership with HHC began in 2009 and continues to flourish since the first year of partnership.
GlobeMed at CU-Boulder Why water sanitation? With a large rainfall in the mountainous jungles of Tipling, especially during the monsoon season, human waste is easily transported down the mountains, through rivers. All villagers living in these regions use the rivers as a water source, so it is necessary to inhibit any transport of human waste through the water. Latrines discourage open defecation and provide a family of four with a toilet for about 15 years.
Village Latrine Program Tipling, Nepal"
PEOPLE BENEFITING FROM LATRINES TO FAMILIES
$3,000 TO PURCHASE THE SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE LATRINES
We are providing monetary resources for a revolving fund established in HHCâ€™s villages that allows household latrines to be built with the village members providing all the labor needed for construction. This program is creating a total restructuring of the water and sanitation situation in the villages. This project is a long term commitment that will provide every household with an improved latrine in HHCâ€™s villages, thus vastly decreasing open defecation and health detriment due to poor sanitation.
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OUR PROJECT Himalayan HealthCare
GlobeMed at CU-Boulder Why income generation? Women are the heartbeat of Tipling. Oftentimes, women single-handedly raise the children and work in the fields to provide sustenance for the entire family. The beneficiaries of the Income Generation Project are the lowest caste in Tipling, referred to as "Kami." These women do not own their own land and must work for food. This program gives the Kami Women the opportunity to invest in their own land, livestock, or other trades to earn a monetary income.
50 PEOPLE BENEFITING FROM
50 GOATS TO 12 FAMILIES
$7,000 TO FUND THE COST OF BUYING AND TRANSPORTING THE GOATS TO THE WOMEN
Income Generation for Women Tipling, Nepal This HHC program provides Kami women with two goats as an income generation opportunity. Two fully grown and two young goats are provided; the fully grown goat can be sold right away to provide income that is desperately needed and the young goat is raised, then sold, so that a savings account can be created for the Kami family to help pay for their children’s’ education and healthcare costs. Along with the goats, the program may also provide the Kami women with land plots by either buying or leasing the land. The Kami people are blacksmiths who do not own any land and work in the other villagers’ fields for food. Creating a project for them to save money is paramount for their long term health.
GlobeMed at CU-Boulder Why capacity building? The Cook Stove program is a program that immediately benefits the health of families who cook over an open fire, in their house. Not only does it reduce the amount of smoke inhalation that occurs, but it saves firewood so that women do not have to spend countless hours hiking to the jungle gathering firewood
30 COOK STOVES
$3,000 TO PROVIDE THE LABOR COSTS AND TRAINING OF BUILDING A COOK STOVE
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Village Cook Stove Program Tipling, Nepal HHC has trained various community personnel to build cook stoves so that they are as effective and efficient as possible. Composed of mud, water, straw, and dung, these stoves will filter the smoke up and out of the house. Materials are gathered from the natural resources, so the only cost incurred by the family includes the cost of labor. The stoves will also allow more efficient burning of firewood by filtering the heat directly to the pots being used.
OUR PROJECT Himalayan HealthCare
GlobeMed at CU-Boulder Why nutrition? Malnutrition emerges as one of the most dilapidating problems in rural Nepal. In Tipling, over 50% of the children suffer from acute malnourishment. With a diet largely based on potatoes, corn, and millet, many children and families remain malnourished. The Nutrition project initiated by HHC in conjunction with GlobeMed's cofounder, Mark Arnoldy, provides alternate routes for children to receive much needed nutrients like protein and fiber.
ALL VILLAGE MEMBERS 1 YEAR AND OLDER
$6,000 TO FUND THE TRANSPORTATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF RUTF, TRAINING VILLAGERS HOW TO BLEND FOOD FOR MAXIMUM NUTRITION
Village Blended Food Nutrition Project Tipling Nepal This project is a combination of the RUTF (Ready-to-use Therapeutic Food) program that is already occurring in the villages and a new program called, â€œsarbottam pitho (village blended food).â€? RUTF will provide assistance to acutely malnourished children through the program Nepal NUTrition. Sarbottam Pitho will teach village workers about local food that will offer sufficient nutrition. These village workers will then teach their respective villages the combinations of food that will benefit their health. These projects both separately, and in conjunction, will relieve villages of nutrition problems. RUTF will especially help younger children and the Sarbottam Pitho program will improve the nutrition of entire families.
GlobeMed at CU-Boulder Why capacity building? Medical supplies are constantly utilized to treat villagers at the health posts in Tipling and the hospital in Ilam. If the inventory is diminishing, the villagers remain ill and cannot be treated.
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The education systems in rural Nepal lack resources because the government schools are not wellsupported. Some boarding schools in rural regions exist but are expensive to fund for families. HHC provides scholarships to students need financial aid to reach these schools and excel in their present classes.
Medical Supplies and Scholarship Fund Ilam and Tipling, Nepal
$6,000 TO FUND THE TRANSPORTATION AND COST OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES, PROVIDING STUDENTS WITH SCHOOL UNIFORMS, TUITION COSTS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES
In order to provide sufficient medical supplies to the various health posts and hospital, materials necessary for medical care, such as antibiotics, must be continually funded. Assuring that the health post has sufficient inventory is vital for the health of people living in the area. A second fund, providing assistance for outstanding students, will give select students the opportunity to receive a more rigorous and beneficial education whether that is in the villages or Kathmandu. Ultimately, HHC requires that students who receive this assistance give back to their village through their various education specialties. Not only is educating people beneficial to entire communities, but HHCâ€™s requirements ensure students are benefitting their home villages.
CAMPAIGNS Campaigns are on-campus events and initiatives that raise funds for GlobeMed partner organizations' grassroots projects abroad.
Trek the Bars V &VI
A bar crawl held each semester where participants purchase wristbands and receive exclusive drink specials at multiple local bars.
A fundraising dinner held on the University of Colorado campus. The dinner featured a silent auction, authentic Nepali cuisine and entertainment. Over 100 community members came together to form a human HIV/AIDS ribbon to commemorate World AIDS Day
A Halloween and super bowl party at a local bar where participants purchased wristbands to receive exclusive drink specials.
Eat to feed and Handicraft sales
Handicrafts were sold at multiple GlobeMed events. Eat to feed entailed participants eating at a partner restaurant, from which GlobeMed received a percentage of the sales.
Individual giving/Global Giving
Donation letter campaign and website donations on Global Giving platform where people donated to our cause.
Kaplan Test Prep
Upon engaging in a partnership, Kaplan provided GlobeMed at CU-Boulder with three free MCAT prep classes that were auctioned off at a discounted price.
GlobeMed at CU Boulder's grant team researched and applied for several grants, including a Do Something Grant.
These include membership dues and random donations we got from student clubs.
Total funds raised for HHC in 2011-2012:
MONEY RAISED $9303.04
$1207.47 $7055.44 $6000 $500 $2882.46
Since 2009, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder has raised over $75,000 to support the work of HHC's education, health care, women's empowerment and income generation projects in rural Nepal.
globalhealthU is GlobeMed’s signature year-long global health curriculum. This student-designed and driven program equips students with the critical thinking skills that will inform a life of leadership for global health.
2011-2012 CURRICULUM ORIENTATION Chapter members were equipped with a thorough understanding of the values of GlobeMed and explored their personal values.
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POVERTY AND HEALTH Chapters conceptualized poverty and sought to explore the connections between global health and poverty.
At CU-Boulder we firmly believe that “good intentions are not good enough” and that awareness and education, though critical, are only the beginning in the movement towards global health equity. As a major pillar of GlobeMed, the revamped globalhealthU curriculum has given members not only insight into the current disparities found the world, but also training in tools to help alleviate these inequities during and after college. Learning about the social injustices that plague our world is overwhelming and mindnumbing for students working to balance GPAs and resumes. However, this was combated with examples of success stories and discussions about what is working (or not) and why. Our generation craves personal empowerment and through globalhealthU we have learned that there are not finite options for our future careers – we will not lose what others call our ‘idealism’ and will continue to work towards a world where no person dies an unnecessary death.
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS We considered the views of six developmental economists to explored the root causes and paths out of poverty. INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION Chapters conducted an indepth investigation on a topic of interest. STUDENTS’ ROLE Following a critical discussion of our role in perpetuating poverty, we sought to understand how we can be effective advocates. REFLECTION Chapters reflected on the year behind them both as individuals and in the context of their chapter.
globalhealthU ON-CAMPUS EVENTS
An Evening with Sir Richard's
November 9, 2011
Co-founder and Marketing Director of Sir Richardâ€™s Condom Company shared their story, mission, and current progress at an on-campus event. The California based company was started in Boulder, Colorado with the intention to harness the power of business to help fulfill the unmet global demand for condoms in developing countries while also looking to lessen societal barriers around condom use domestically. The event attracted 100 students and community members.
Panel on Poverty February 27, 2012
"The ghU team was not only really fun, but a great opportunity to interact with local leaders and professors in the movement for global health equity by bringing together and educating our campus and community!" -Kylee Smith
Four distinguished CU professors from different disciplines (International Affairs, Philosophy, Geography, and Theater) discussed the definition poverty, its root causes, and potential solutions in an interactive panel. The Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and Dean of Students moderated questions from the audience including those from viewers around the country via social media. Over 70 students attended the oncampus event and many stayed afterwards to ask the panelists one-on-one questions.
Through service and team-building events, community and camaraderie is fostered around global health and social justice within GlobeMed chapters, the GlobeMed network and surrounding communities.
TOTAL # OF CHAPTER MEMBERS: # OF COMMUNITY BUILDING EVENTS:
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Community Building within the chapter became a success during the progressive dinner event held at the beginning of the 2nd semester. During the 2nd semester the staff was more connected than the first semester. The structure and dynamics of the chapter as a whole greatly improved due to the increased community building and friendships formed during the 2nd semester. Two staff retreats were held, one each semester. The first focused more on education about the network and our partner and the 2nd focused on our chapter as a whole and the global health movement. During the year our relationship with Courage is Change was also evaluated and two new internship positions were formed. Also, Courage is Change provided opportunities for members to volunteer with the organization throughout the year on various projects.
[GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK]
”Working with our local partner, Courage is Change, has been a great experience this past semester. It is a non-profit organization working to end the generational cycle of violence in our Boulder community by empowering youth and adults to form healthy relationships. This internship has provided the opportunity to become more connected with our Boulder community through outreach and fundraising events, as well as learn skills such as how to write a grant.” – Kylee Smith, c/o 2013
FEBRUARY 2012 – AUGUST 2012
# OF GROW INTERNS: LOCAL INTERNSHIP, LENGTH OF STAY:
06 months WORK DESCRIPTION: Our GROW internship this year was remodeled to help our local partner, Courage Is Change (CIC) rather than HHC. This year, we hired two GlobeMed students, Kylee Smith and Sarah Budisavljevic, to help CIC's executive director Liz Oster with planning and executing events, as well as the everfruitful grant writing season for her nonprofit. CIC aims to stop the generational cycle of domestic violence through prevention-based efforts, with an overarching goal of building a community center this next year.
Through Grassroots Onsite Work (GROW) internships, students build capacity of their partner organization, engage in mutual learning, and ensure long-term stability of their partnership.
â€œINJUSTICE anywhere is a THREAT to JUSTICE everywhere.â€? MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
GLOBEMED AT CU-BOULDER joined 45 other GlobeMed chapters across the nation in a networkwide commemoration of the 4th Annual World Day of Social Justice during the week of February 20, 2012, by asking professors to dedicate five minutes of class time to a discussion on how poverty and social justice relates to their field of study. GLOBEMED TEACH-IN HIGHLIGHTS: Utilizing teach-ins as a route to promote thought about social justice highlighted the immense breadth of topics that social justice surrounds. Arguably every sector has an influence on social justice and is needed in order to alleviate most of the disparities that exist in the world. Topics from HIV, and the biochemistry of the disease, to the use of theater to educate people of health issues were discussed in classes. These discussions in classes, lasting from five to twenty minutes each, promoted the World Day of Social Justice, February 20th.
Number of professors who participated in the WDSJ Teach-In:
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WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
Participating Departments: Biochemistry Philosophy Theater Geography Sociology
The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed February 20th as World Day of Social Justice in 2007. Observation of WDSJ supports efforts of the international community in poverty eradication, the promotion of full employment and decent work, gender equity and access to social wellbeing and justice for all.
WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE WDSJ Teach-Ins GlobeMed at CU-Boulder asking professors to dedicate five minutes of class time to a discussion on how poverty and social justice relates to their field of study. "Silence never won rights. They are not handed down from above, they are forced from pressures from below." -- Roger Baldwin, Professor at CU-Boulder "People shouldn’t have to live like this, but they do because of lack of resources… Social inequity [is based] from the fact that these people [migrants into Dhaka city] are extremely poor—especially within the industrial sector." -- Elisabeth Root, Professor of Geography, CU-Boulder "Women are the worst oﬀ in the entire world." -- Pamela Lomelino, Professor of Philosophy, CU-Boulder
View more photos and quotes at www.globemedwdsj.tumblr.com
2012 DELEGATES: Rosalind Dillion, Ian Buller, Ally Adams, Sean DePaula, Luke Nelson, and Melissa Taylor
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2012 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT
"GlobeMed Summit gave me direction for my future, ideas, and most importantly virtue. I have never felt so much love for an idea than being in a room of young peers who chose to try to help our common humanity. The confluence of innovation and creativity fostered by passion made me realize that the world is incredible for not what it is, but the ideas that we have for it."
-- Ally Adams, c/o 2015
The annual GlobeMed Global Health Summit brings together university students from across the nation for three days of intensive lectures and workshops with representatives from grassroots global health organizations and a range of experts.
OUR FUTURE "I have always been a passionate person, but I never really found a way to organize the passion I had for multiple causes to create or do something great. When I joined GlobeMed before it was even an organization, I still felt immobile, but the community and our partner inspired me to use my passion to develop tangible, eďŹ€ective skills that could benefit HHC. By being part of GlobeMed, I found not only a family of committed students, but a part of me that was beyond passionate, hard-working, smart and happy." â€“ Kristine Gutierrez, c/o 2012
As usual, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder has valiant goals that come from the dedication and perspiration of each individual within our organization. We believe that if we do not set high goals for ourselves, we cannot evolve into a successful organization that benefits people in Nepal to our maximum capabilities. Over the course of the summer of 2012 through 2013, we are working towards strengthening our GROW Internship by putting together a profile that can make the process of applying and going on our GROW trip to Nepal as smoothly as possible. Additionally, we are working on strengthening local partnerships with our local partner, Courage is Change, and a possible new local partner, Allowance for Good. Financially, we are determined to raise a total of $35,000 for our partner in Nepal, Himalayan Health Care. In order to do so, we are revamping our Campaign Council such that all members are receiving the amount of support that they need to lead and conduct a successful campaign. In order to do so, we will be incorporating our CAB (Community Advisory Board), E-board, and staff members more effectively and efficiently by making everyone accountable for their goals for this upcoming year. We will be continually pursuing more partnerships around the Boulder community, either through monetary means or awareness of the global injustices around the world. Lastly, we will be launching a new website that is more user-friendly with additional perks to make this non-profit organization more transparent and open to the public.
In 2011 â€“ 2012, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder raised $29,485.30 for Himalayan HealthCare to support projects in Northern Dhading District of Nepal. CAMPAIGN DONATIONS!
Revenue! Events ! Individual Giving!
Miscellaneous (i.e. member dues)! SUBTOTAL!
OPERATIONS & GRANTS!
Current Finances! Cash Reserves!
2012-2013 University Funding! EXISTING BALANCE!
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A sincere thanks to the following advocates, mentors, donors, and colleagues for making our 2011 – 2012 year a great success:
A special thanks to all of the support and advice of our present and past Community Advisory Board members: Jim LoPresti, Steve Grace, Jenny Boyd, Penny Bennett, Melinda Cain, Mark Arnoldy, Emily King, Kim Link, Peter Simons, Will Laughlin, Rebecca Mashburn, and Barbara Diekmann.
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