GLOBEMED AT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON 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. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again.
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 UW-Madison Dear Friends of GlobeMed at UW – Madison, It has been a great honor and joy to serve our global community and lead a family of dedicated and thoughtful students into a movement for social justice and health equity. In April of 2011, we started as three people in a crowded dorm room, believing in the ability of students to improve the health of people. We have since grown into a robust organization with 42 amazing students and a community of more than 300 supporters. Reflecting on this past year, we raised over $10,000, surpassing our goal and increasing the project impact from three to six villages. Through our efforts on campus, we engaged our student community with interactive educational events and hosted speakers on HIV/AIDS and poverty. Our connection with our partner organization continues to strengthen with frequent communication and collaboration. Beyond the activities detailed in this report, our greatest accomplishment has been the fascinating cultural change in each of us. We began by debating links between poverty and health to deepen our understanding and ignite our passion. It helped us convert our energy into tangible action with our Cambodian partner. United by our dedication to education and partnership, we are cultivating leaders in social justice and advocates for health. We thank you for your generous donations and insightful dialogues. You have joined our movement for social justice. We look forward to working with you in the future, as we strive together to ensure health equity for all. Onwards! Tulika Singh & Emilia Kihslinger 2011-2012 Co-Presidents
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2011 – 2012 AT A GLANCE
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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
October 24, 2011
December 7, 2011
December 9, 2011
Executive Board Retreat
Featured on WSUM 91.7FM Student Radio
Big Red Against the Spread
An overnight retreat that became the ultimate bonding experience for our core founding team, a day and a half full of deep discussion and planning mixed with games and fantastic homemade chili.
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2011-2012 AT A GLANCE
Globemedders Emi Kihslinger and Anna Bukowski talked about GlobeMed’s approach and spread awareness about World AIDS Day. They also talked about the detrimental social effects of AIDS, via our campus student radio.
Balloons with HIV/AIDS facts blanketed our central hill, making students' heads turn. An evening fundraiser followed, complete with raffles, food, improv shows and a keynote on HIV/AIDS.
February 11, 2012
February 20, 2012
March 14, 2012
World Day of Social Justice
Global Health Symposium
Adventure Learning Programs (ALPs) facilitated group activities, followed by a fun-filled day of shirt making, scavenger hunts, and team building. We ended the day united by web of thread passing through the hands of different committees, symbolizing their interconnectedness.
We met students, professors and passersby alike with our video camera and asked each individual to consider “how will you promote social justice?” We combined the responses into a video that serves as education and inspiration.
We presented our partner, project, and approach, at a formal poster session hosted by the School of Medicine and Public Health, alongside other local organizations and undergraduate research findings.
April 18, 2012
April 25, 2012
April 26, 2012
Classy for Cambodia
Tear Down AIDS @ All Campus Party
Global Poverty Project
A “Classy Hollywood” themed party and fundraiser hosted with Chi Phi Fraternity on campus, featuring snacks, DJ, and an amazing cause: supporting Cambodian youth, attracted more than 250 dancers and partiers.
A display spelling “AIDS” in condoms, covered with AIDSrelated facts, encouraged students to grab a condom and visualize taking down AIDS, as a means of raising awareness on campus.
We hosted a moving and inspirational presentation by GPP, aptly named “1.4 Billion Reasons” to end poverty. The event rallied 160 spectators to act for the eradication of poverty.
GlobeMed at UW-Madison
In the spring of 2011, a fellow UW-Madison student yearned to find a cause that would seize her passion. Captivated by the details online she applied and was accepted to launch a chapter. We formed our partnership in September 2011 with Cambodian Organization of Womenâ€™s Support, inaugurated on Skype. The team gained momentum, with 42 active members, enthusiastically committed to health for all by Fall 2011. This fast-paced and friendly team set the bar high and learned from each other. Together, we got a lot of attention at an engaged and diverse school like UW-Madison.
since our founding in april 2011 , our chapter has grown from 09 to 42 members.
Cambodian Organization for Women's Support WORKS IN KAMPONG THOM, CAMBODIA POPULATION: 708,400
KEY FACT: 50% of the population in Kampong Thom live below the poverty line. KEY FACT: 90% of the population in Kampong Thom lack a sanitary toilet
In 1991, the violence and destruction of the Khmer Rouge left healthcare in Cambodia shattered. Malnutrition, infectious diseases and diarrhea became widespread. TB and HIV/AIDS topped the charts as the largest health challenges, according to WHO. The public sector still lacks adequate financial resources from the government. Poor healthcare quality and access issues leave the industry grossly under-utilized. The cycle worsens as it faces a shortage of critical skills, and unmotivated, underpaid staff. Our target area, Kampong Thom, is a predominantly rural region where most people do not have access to healthcare.
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ABOUT CAMBODIAN ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN’S SUPPORT FOUNDED IN 1993 COWS was founded only two years after the United Nations stepped in to end the conflict between the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese. Cambodia was rampant with widespread poverty, gender inequality, increasing cases of domestic violence and poor health. Women in the Kampong Thom province were especially marginalized. GlobeMed and COWS became partners in September, 2011. COWS’ mission is to “increase awareness, motivate action, and provide assistance while establishing lasting partnerships to create and implement initiatives for development and advancement in the areas of health, food security, democracy and empowerment initiatives to enable women and vulnerable people to be self-reliant and enjoy a healthy, dignified and have a better quality of life.” COWS conducts and supports a wide array of projects in areas including sanitation, biodiversity conservation, family planning, domestic violence, women’s and children’s rights, micro-lending and training for smallbusinesses. Our project focuses on reproductive health education..
Cambodian Organization for Women's Support
GlobeMed at UW-Madison Why maternal health? Our project aims to educate youth groups in six rural villages about reproductive health and to decrease the prevalence of HIV/AIDS. In Kampong Thom, youth are particularly vulnerable to contracting HIV/AIDS since they often immigrate elsewhere to find jobs.Â Poverty has limited their educational opportunities. Thus, this project will enable them to value and seek proper health care. They will then serve as healthy role models. Youth empowerment will yield local stakeholders, and greater sustainability.
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GROUPS WILL BE POSITIVELY IMPACTED.
$6200 TO PURCHASE MATERIALS AND FUND TRANSPORTATION FOR YOUTH GROUP MEETINGS AND EDUCATION AND OTHER NECESSARY COMPONENTS TO RUNNING MONTHLY MEETINGS.
GlobeMed at UW-Madison aims to raise $6,200 to support reproductive health education of youth in six villages in Kampong Thom, Cambodia." COWS formed youth groups in 6 villages in the Kampong Svay, Preykuy, and Tropaing Reusy communes. Instructors taught the groups about reproductive health, health systems, and HIV/AIDS prevention. These leaders transferred their knowledge to their village in dissemination meetings. Quarterly, the network met to improve practices and work with the local health center to share their challenges and find solutions. We fundraised for a variety of things: materials, transportation, staff salaries, yearlong education and monthly meetings amongst COWS, the youth groups, health care centers, villagers, and the commune counselors. Consequently, we built the capacity of 90 youth and established a sustainable youth group network.
Campaigns are on-campus events and initiatives that raise funds for GlobeMed partner organizations' grassroots projects abroad.
Classy for Cambodia
Collaborated with Chi Phi Fraternity to host a dance party to raise money for our partner.
Big Red Against the Spread of AIDS
Guest speaker spoke about the prevalence of AIDS. Entertainment from campus improvisation group. Raffle.
An individual giving campaign to provide a yearâ€™s salary for Tiyatienâ€™s 40 community health workers
Held a bake sale on State Street.
Our 20 for 10 fundraiser encourages each member to raise $10 from 20 people over the holiday season.
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Total funds raised for COWS in 2011-2012:
$9,245.03 In our first year, GlobeMed at UW-Madison Campaigns has raised $9,401.27 to support the Cambodian Organization for Women's Support.
CAMPAIGNS HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR
Classy for Cambodia April 27, 2012 In partnership with Chi Phi Fraternity we hosted a fundraiser dance party. The dry event was a great way to dance away a Friday night. Students packed the Chi Phi house and in total, the event raised $728.64 for COWS.
Big Red Against the Spread of AIDS December 9, 2011 In honor of World AIDS day, we had a benefit for our partner. A campus improv group performed and a distinguished medical history professor spoke about HIV/AIDS. Local businesses donated great prizes to our raffle and the even raised $380.18 for COWS.
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. In our first year on campus, the globalhealthU program provided an educational framework that promoted greater understanding of our partner and inspired us to connect with the communities around us. We learned global health terminology, discussed economic and governmental policies, and brainstormed ways to better involve our campus and community. During chapter meetings, we challenged ways of thinking through debates and real life examples of poverty. Using startling statistics and eye-catching signs, we educated and (hopefully) inspired our campus on World AIDS Day. Our favorite event this year was the Global Poverty Project, a thought provoking presentation about the world’s poor, which motivated many on campus to get involved. Overall, the ghU program was a fundamental part of the chapter and will continue to educate and empower those involved in GlobeMed and beyond.
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
Global Poverty Project Presentation April 25, 2012 Over 150 students, faculty, and Madison residents attended the 1.4 Billion Reasons presentation given by the Global Poverty Project team. Alum Daniel Skallman inspired and encouraged attendees with the notion that we can end extreme poverty through sustainable assistance. The presentation called students to action through responsible consumerism, appealing to government, and living below the line ($1.50/day) for a week.
“I think this is the first time we can say we have the knowledge, resources, and tools to end abject poverty. I am optimistic that it can be achieved within our lifetime.” -Daniel Skallman
World AIDS Day on Bascom Hill December 9, 2011
“This is the most effective sign I've seen in a long time.” -Observer
GlobeMed took over Bascom Hill on December 9th to promote HIV/AIDS advocacy. Red balloons with facts about the spread of HIV and the prevalence of AIDS lined the sidewalks of Bascom Hill. Each balloon represented one person infected with HIV. The number of balloons students passed as they walked up or down Bascom represented the total number of people infected with HIV in the world during that time.
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: # OF VOLUNTEER EVENTS IN THE COMMUNITY:
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COMMUNITY BUILDING Â
44 10 05
The Community Building team kicked off the semester by hosting an all day long retreat filled with great discussion, competition, learning, and lively interactions with the freshly recruited staff members. This event set the energetic tone and helped to build passion among the staff members that continued to unfold along the course of the semester. The service events allowed staff members to build relationships with various groups and individuals in need of support, especially the homeless population prevalent in the Madison community.
WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE â€œINJUSTICE anywhere is a THREAT to JUSTICE everywhere.â€? MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
GLOBEMED AT UW-MADISON 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: GlobeMed at University of Wisconsin-Madison asked fellow students and faculty how they promoted social justice in their own lives and their own fields. From biology to gender and women's studies, UWMadison students and professors showed their passion for achieving social justice and explained how they play a role. Professors stressed the role democracy plays in social justice and healthcare access. Hearing from professors in a variety of academic spheres stressed the interdisciplinary approach required to achieve social justice.
Number of professors who participated in the WDSJ Teach-In:
Participating Departments: Spanish Evolutionary Biology Public Health Population Health Sciences Gender and Women's Studies
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.
WDSJ Teach-Ins GlobeMed at UW-Madison asking professors to dedicate five minutes of class time to a discussion on how poverty and social justice relates to their field of study. I promote social justice by educating others about social injustice and empowering them to become advocates for the oppressed. -Marrisa Mora
The main issue of many Latin American societies is democracy, and at the heart of democracy is social justice. - Dr. Ruben If we don't ensure Medina conditions in which all people can be healthy, then we really haven't provided the social justice fabric. To have equal opportunity to health, they really need to have equal opportunity to healthy communities. -Dr. Pat Remington
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WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
I believe social justice is that realization of full selfgovernance and empowermen t of people, citizens, and communities. -Professor Lori DipreteBrown
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2012 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT
2012 DELEGATES: Anna Bukowski, Olivia Grassmann, Emi Kihslinger, Marrisa Mora, Mike Muoio, Cassandra Nytes, Tulika Singh, Aubrey Winkie
"I can feel the power of the network. All of a sudden, I'm in a room with students that are having the same problems, working for the same things and daring to change the world. We are the movement.â€?
-- Anna Bukowski, c/o 2012
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.
â€œAfter spending three years on campus, I thought I had already shaped my UW experience. But, joining GlobeMed in my last year here was one of the most enriching part of my college years. I finally found a community that challenged me, supported me and provided an outlet for my interest in global health. .â€? â€“ Marie Renckens, c/o 2012
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Looking out, our future brims with promise. We laid a strong foundation this year. Each one of us took a part of GlobeMed home to share with our friends and family and brought back renewed motivation and energy. We have aimed high from the start, put forth hard work, and in this process, gained invaluable insight into global health. We are not experts, but with our passion and dedication toward our work, we feel the glimmer of each and every one of our successes. Moving forward, one of our goals is to send five students to Cambodia for a month to build our partnership. Other goals include: raising more than $10,000 annually, hosting experts on global health, and generating a greater presence on campus and in Madison. To achieve these goals we're going to recruit dedicated students, form more partnerships with local businesses, and implement events with Madison area high schools. By collaborating with like-minded leading student organizations, we intend to reach a greater number of students. Thus, we hope to increase our recognition and, in time, become a staple of the Wisconsin experience. It is our nature to strive for an equitable world, think critically, and demand more of ourselves to seek solutions. We thank you most sincerely for your kind support so far, and hope that you continue to follow us as we build our movement together. In solidarity, Tulika Singh & Emi Kihslinger Co-Presidents 2011-12
FINANCES In 2011 â€“ 2012, GlobeMed at UW-Madison raised $9,401.27 for Cambodian Organization for Women's Support to support projects in Kampong Thom, Cambodia. CAMPAIGN DONATIONS!
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SUPPORTERS INDIVIDUALS Lori Diprete Brown (Faculty advisor, Courtnery Searles (US Bank Small Business Specialist), Daniel Skallman (Global Poverty Project) Jake Moskol (Global Health Institute, Karen Solheim (School of Nursing), Mike Gionet & Lauren Stopfer (Student Leadership Program, Richard Keller (School of Medicine and Public Health), Sagar Manda (Chi Phi Philanthropy Chair)
Our Individual Giving Donors: Babs Kihslinger, Barbara H Patterson, Ben Gigot, Bob Bukowski, Carole A Pelot, Chanquing Shou, Cheri Sanford, Chi Li, Chris Bukowski, Christopher Gigot, Claire M Fritsche, Deborah A. Hoffman, Doug Winkie, Elaine Tripp, Geoff Gould, Jami L.Gigot, Janice Marohn , Jeanne Scorsone, Jose Santin, Julie Jorgensen, Kate Garden, Kathy Hanlon Sampon, Krissi Johnson, Lee A Gould, Marie Renckens, Mark Lepkowski, Marlene Winkie, Mary C. Ebel, Mary Pat Henschel, Michael J Muoio, Laura Russell, Nancy Murray, Paul Kihslinger, Rajiv Singh, Ram Dornala, Sally Nickele, Shanteri Singh, Sherry Wright, Stephen, Thomas Tanner, Sue Poser, Susan D. Poser, Susan M. Steinhofer, Tank Kihslinger, Wendy Rannenberg, William C Griffith, William P Jordan
A sincere thanks to the following advocates, mentors, donors, and colleagues for making our 2011 – 2012 year a great success:
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