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GLOBEMED at UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER Boulder, CO

students fighting for global health equity

2010 – 2011 ANNUAL REPORT


Bucknell University Columbia University Cornell University CU-Boulder Depaul University Duke University Florida State University GWU

Georgetown University Indiana University Lawrence University Loyola University Middlebury College Northeastern University Northwestern University

Penn State University Princeton University Rhodes College Truman State University University of Chicago UCLA University of Michigan UMKC UNC-Chapel Hill University of Rochester USC

Pastoral

San Salvador, El Salvador

CCC-UNSCH

Ayacucho, Peru

KIHEFO

Kabale, Uganda

GWED-G

Gulu, Uganda

CEPAIPA

Guayaquil, Ecuador

Himalyan Healthcare

Jawalakhel, Nepal

ASOSAP Salud San Limite ARM Rwanda Village Concept Project

Minga Peru CEMOPLAF-Cajabamba FUNPRONID La Primavera Africa 2000 Network

Alta Verapaz, Guatemala Siuna, Nicaragua Orissa, India Huye District, Rwanda

Iquitos, Peru Cajabamba, Ecuador Riobamba, Ecuador La Primavera, Guatemala Tororo, Uganda

Kitovu Mobile AIDS Organization

Masaka, Uganda

The HOPE Center

Ho, Ghana

EAPSEC Jambi Hwasi AMOS Maison de Naissance ASPAT Amuru Youth Center

Chiapas, Mexico Otavalo, Ecuador Managua, Nicaragua Torbeck, Haiti Lima, Peru Anaka, Uganda

Tiyatien Health Joy-Southfield Development Corp

Zwedru, Liberia Detroit, Michigan

KCRC

Bushenyi District, Uganda

Health-Alert Uganda Kallpa Iquitos Care Net Ghana

University of Texas-Austin

Clinica Ana Manganaro

Vanderbilt University

Dios es Amor

WashU in St. Louis

to improve the health of people living in poverty.

Boston College

partner with grassroots organizations around the world

GlobeMed is a network of university students that

Amherst College

UDHA

Gulu, Uganda Iquitos, Peru Hohoe, Ghana Guarjila, El Salvador Lima, Peru Iganga, Uganda


GLOBEMED AT CU-BOULDER

Friends of GlobeMed at CU-Boulder,

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

MISSION STATEMENT

2

2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

3

ABOUT US

4

OUR PARTNER

5

OUR PROJECT

8

CAMPAIGNS

10 GLOBALHEALTHU 12 COMMUNITY BUILDING 13 GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK INTERNSHIP 14 WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE 16 GLOBEMED GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT 17 OUR FUTURE 18 FINANCES 19 STAY CONNECTED

We take deep pride and are profoundly grateful to be able to share with you GlobeMed at CU-Boulder’s accomplishments over the past year. In broad strokes, they include raising over $20,000 for our partner organization in Nepal, sending 6 students to work alongside our partner, attracting top global health experts to speak to our community, and helping to educate the next generation of leaders in global health. Perhaps even more exciting than these quantifiable measures of our achievements, however, is the transformation that can be seen within our own organization. In this critical year of transition, we have grown dramatically, greatly extending our impact. What you might not see in these pages is the team of 50 dedicated staff members whose work underlies our success. As a team, we are continually evaluating the work we do and documenting and disseminating what we have learned in order to grow in all the right ways as an effective and efficient student-run nonprofit. GlobeMed at CU-Boulder prides itself on turning good intentions into effective action and has become an organization that produces individuals who display an uncommon mix of idealism, vision, effective leadership, and practical engagement in the pursuit of social justice and global health equity. We humbly recognize that we are only able to fulfill our mission thanks to the many supporters we have found over the short span of two years who share our ambitious vision of an equitable world. Together we must continue to advocate in the broadest sense for higher standards in global health, making the needs of people and communities suffering from the burdens of poverty and disease our top priority.

20 THANK YOU

Many thanks, Rosalind Dillon and Taylor Roberts 2010-2011 Co-Presidents

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE


MISSION STATEMENT

GLOBEMED AIMS TO STRENGTHEN THE MOVEMENT FOR GLOBAL HEALTH EQUITY BY EMPOWERING STUDENTS AND COMMUNITIES TO WORK TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THE IMPOVERISHED

AROUND THE WORLD.

our vision ONE BILLION PEOPLE ACROSS THE WORLD LACK ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS*. EACH DAY, MORE THAN 36,000 PEOPLE DIE PREVENTABLE DEATHS. W ITHOUT ADDRESSING POVERTY AND POOR HEALTH, WE CANNOT BREAK THIS CYCLE OF SUFFERING. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS HAVE THE PASSION AND ENERGY TO HELP TACKLE THIS CHALLENGE. GLOBEMED AIMS TO MEET THIS CHALLENGE BY ENGAGING AND TRAINING STUDENTS TO WORK WITH GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE WORLD TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THE IMPOVERISHED. BY PARTNERING STUDENTS AND COMMUNITIES TO COMBAT POVERTY AND POOR HEALTH, WE IMPROVE THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS OF IMPOVERISHED PEOPLE ACROSS THE WORLD TODAY AND SHAPE TOMORROW ’S LEADERS ACROSS ALL PROFESSIONS WHO WILL SHARE A DEEP COMMITMENT TO HEALTH EQUITY AND SOCIAL

JUSTICE. *World Bank, World Development Report 2000/2001: Attacking Poverty (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001).


GlobeMed at CU-BOULDER

Sept. 9, 2010 & Jan. 20, 2011 Trek the Bars III & IV This popular bi-annual event has become a favorite that students look forward to at the beginning of every semester. This year’s Trek the Bars took place at six bars along Boulder’s Pearl Street and made over $3500.

Oct. 20, 2010 Learning from Haiti: Relief and Long-Term Partnerships Dr. Joia Mukherjee, Chief Medical Director for Partners in Health, spoke to students and community members about working to help Haiti's people rebuild their lives and their country in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake and how to use the lessons learned to continue to address the chronic disasters of poverty and disease around the world.

Feb. 26, 2011 All-Staff Retreat Staff members gathered for an overnight retreat which focused on the true meaning of global health equity and strengthening GlobeMed community. Attendees participated in discussions revolving around GlobeMed as a network and the question of healthcare as a human right as well as several community building activities.

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2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

Oct. 16, 2010

Oct. 18, 2010

Benefit Dinner This year’s benefit dinner featured the founder of Himalayan HealthCare, Anil Parajuli. Attendees enjoyed delicious food from Nepal Cuisine, a silent auction, and an opportunity to hear Anil speak about the work that HHC is doing with women’s income generation.

From the Rockies to the Himalayas Students heard from HHC founder, Anil Parajuli, about how HHC has blossomed from annual medical treks in the poorest regions of Nepal to the construction of a community hospital, education and income-generation programs, and numerous other health initiatives.

Feb. 14, 2011

Feb. 17, 2011

Hearts for Hunger

Climb Towards Inspiration with Heidi Wirtz World-famous climber and activist Heidi Wirtz spoke for the World Day of Social Justice about how her experiences climbing around the world prompted her to co-found Girls Education International, an organization that supports educational opportunities for underserved women and girls.

This event featured a date auction and a campus-wide silent auction where students bid on a variety of items donated by individuals and organizations in the Boulder area. These items were then personally delivered by GlobeMed members on Valentine’s Day.

March 30, 2011

April 1 - 3, 2011

Working Across Disciplines for a Just and Sustainable Future

Clinton Global Initiative University in San Diego Seven representatives from GlobeMed at CU attended the annual CGI U conference held at the University of California at San Diego. Each year, CGI U hosts a meeting where students, national youth organizations, topic experts, and celebrities discuss solutions to pressing global issues.

Students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in development work heard from Dr. Daniel Wessner about DU’s new Master’s program and its unique combination of interdisciplinary coursework and applied research around the world.


ABOUT US

GlobeMed at CU-Boulder 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 51 dedicated chapter members and has raised over $40,000 in a span of just 2 years to support various projects of HHC.

since our founding in August 2009 , our chapter has grown from to members.

51

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HIMALYAN HEALTHCARE [WORKS IN JAWALAKHEL, NEPAL] POPULATION: 35,000,000

KEY FACT: Average life expectancy: Male-64 Female-67 KEY FACT: Malnutrition is the underlying cause of at least 50% of child deaths in Nepal.

HHC operates in the most remote regions of Nepal, working with some of the poorest people in the world living on less than one dollar per day. The government of Nepal provides little health care support for its people, especially those living in isolated areas. With such disparity in health care, HHC began its work in Tipling, a small village no less than a threeday trek to the nearest hospital. In Tipling, HHC established its first health post to attend to the basic medical needs of the villagers. HHC has since grown to construct a hospital in the Ilam District of Nepal and support multiple projects focusing on women's empowerment, nutrition, education, and income generation in other villages throughout Nepal.

[About Himalyan Healthcare] FOUNDED IN 1992 Himalayan HealthCare (HHC) is a grassroots nongovernmental organization (NGO) that provides primary health care, community education, and income generation to people living in secluded and impoverished regions of Nepal. The mission of Himalayan HealthCare is to create sustainable development programs in the remote areas of Nepal that will improve the quality of life for its people. HHC has been operating for over 18 years as a registered NGO within Nepal and has a board and 501(c)(3) status in the U.S. as well. GlobeMed at CU Boulder partnered with HHC in 2009.

Partner Contact: Anil Parajuli, Executive Director

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OUR PARTNER


HIMALYAN HEALTHCARE

&

GlobeMed at CU-Boulder

[Why hygiene and sanitation?] In the remote regions of Nepal where HHC operates, education on the importance of hand washing, oral hygiene, and sanitary cooking habits is uncommon. To combat diarrheal and other diseases, health and sanitation must become a main focus.

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OUR PROJECT

30 FAMILIES WILL BE POSITIVELY IMPACTED.

$7,500 TO PURCHASE MATERIALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 30 LATRINES

The village development projects GlobeMed at CU chose to support take place in the Dhading District of Nepal where they were evaluated by the summer 2010 G.R.O.W. interns and were selected by the chapter. Village Latrine Program ($7,500): Provided $7,500 for a revolving fund established in HHC’s villages which will allow for 30 household latrines to be built with a 50% financial commitment from village members. This will allow for a total restructuring of the water and sanitation situation in the villages.


HIMALYAN HEALTHCARE

&

GlobeMed at CU-Boulder

[Why women’s empowerment?] Largely a patriarchal society, the women throughout Nepal face many issues such as abuse and lack of education. By empowering and educating women, they can support their families and themselves for the benefit of future generations.

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OUR PROJECT

MANY FAMILIES WILL BE POSITIVELY IMPACTED.

$7,500 TO FUND AN INCOME GENERATING PROGRAM FOR LOCAL WOMEN

The village development projects GlobeMed at CU chose to support take place in the Dhading District of Nepal where they were evaluated by the summer 2010 G.R.O.W. interns and were selected by the chapter. Income Generation Project ($7,500): Provided funding for an HHC program that provides low-caste Kami women with income generating opportunities. The impact of this program in the longterm is to empower the women in order to help reduce high rates of domestic violence and alcoholism, as well as to improve the poor education and health in the Kami community.


HIMALYAN HEALTHCARE

&

GlobeMed at CU-Boulder

[Why nutrition?] 99% of Nepal’s severely malnourished children (more than 100,000) currently do not have access to effective treatment. Proper nutrition, especially in the first few years of life, is critical to the proper cognitive and physical development of a person.

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OUR PROJECT

MANY CHILDREN WILL BE POSITIVELY IMPACTED BY GAINING ACCESS TO PROPER NUTRITION

$5,000 TO PURCHASE READY TO USE THERAPEUTIC FOOD FOR LOCAL CHILDREN

The village development projects GlobeMed at CU chose to support take place in the Dhading District of Nepal where they were evaluated by the summer 2010 G.R.O.W. interns and were selected by the chapter. Nutrition Project ($5,000): HHC is currently providing severely malnourished children with Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) in the remote district of Dhading and these funds will go to support this initiative.


CAMPAIGNS Campaigns are on-campus events and initiatives that raise funds for GlobeMed partner organizations' grassroots projects abroad.

EVENTS TITLE

EVENT DESCRIPTION

$ MONEY RAISED

Trek the Bars III & IV

A bar crawl held at the beginning of each semester where participants purchase $6 wristbands and receive exclusive drink specials at 6 local bars!

3,571

Benefit Dinner

A fundraising dinner held on the University of Colorado campus. The dinner featured HHC's founder Anil Parajuli, a silent art auction, and authentic Nepali cuisine.

2,919

Handicrafts

Beautiful handmade items crafted by low income Nepali women are sold at special events throughout the course of the year.

2,952

Hearts for Hunger

This unique Valentine's Day event featured a silent auction with a plethora of local donated items (jewelry, dinner coupons, etc.), a delivery service for chocolates and flowers, and a date auction!

1,668

Individual Giving

During the holiday season, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder staff sent letters and emails to friends and family requesting donations instead of Christmas gifts.

3,388.39

Grants and Staff Retreat

GlobeMed at CU Boulder's grant team researched and applied for several grants, including a Target Inc. grant. In addition, the mandatory staff retreat required a small fee from staff.

2,057.96

Kaplan Test Prep

Upon engaging in a partnership, Kaplan provided GlobeMed at CUBoulder with two free MCAT prep classes that were auctioned off at a discounted price.

Restaurant Week

In collaboration with local Nepali restaurants, GlobeMed at CUBoulder received 20% of total profits over selected dates.

3,000 807

TOTAL FUNDS RAISED FOR HIMALYAN HEALTHCARE IN 2010 – 2011:

$20,363.35

Since August 2009, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder has raised a total of over $40,000 to support Himalayan Healthcare's programs including income generation, primary healthcare, and primary education in rural Nepal.


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR TREK THE BARS!!! September 9, 2010 and January 20, 2011 Two to three weeks into the beginning of the semester, Trek the Bars is held with no less than six bars in Boulder's popular downtown area. Marketing and planning begins before school starts, and profit is made by selling wristbands for participants to receive special discounts for the one night at the selected bars. Wristbands are sold at some of the bars, restaurants and in the University Memorial Center on campus at least two weeks before the Trekking night. Both events this year had between 450 - 600 participants each.

Benefit Dinner October 16, 2010 The annual Benefit Dinner was held on the CU-Boulder campus and provided GlobeMed at CU not only with the opportunity to raise money, but also to educate and showcase its partner organization, Himalayan HealthCare. HHC founder and President Anil Parajuli was able to attend the event and gave a presentation on HHC and the plight of the lowest caste Kami women, who were the beneficiaries of the funds raised that evening. Through a silent auction and open donation, people were able to contribute to women's empowerment, and through a series of booths manned by GlobeMed staff, attendees learned about GlobeMed's practice.

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CAMPAIGNS


GLOBALHEALTHU globalhealthU is a GlobeMed designed curriculum that enables students to develop a critical understanding of issues in global health and apply this knowledge to their work with communities around the world

by the numbers

24 DISCUSSIONS

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EVENTS Defeating disparities in global health is in the hands of young people around the world. In order to continue recent efforts to eliminate malnutrition, disease, and abuse, it is critical that young people understand these issues. GlobalhealthU at CU-Boulder focuses on educating not only chapter members, but the entire community surrounding Boulder so that others may join this movement. Hosting public speakers such as Dr. Joia Mukherjee, the Chief Medical Director at Partners in Health, Anil Parajuli, founder of HHC, Heidi Wirtz, founder of Girls Education International, and Dr. Daniel Wessner, Director of the University of Denver's Masters in Development Practice (MDP) program, allowed the chapter to educate the Denver/Boulder communities about injustice around the world. While pursuing an education regarding pressing social issues and the practices of other organizations internally, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder sought to question the actions that are taken in order to highlight the consequences and benefits of proposed interventions. Approaching possible solutions in this way provides the best framework for understanding what needs to be done to improve the future of global health. Understanding topics with such depth will allow the CU-Boulder chapter to better evaluate and support projects in the future.

07 TOPICS PHILOSOPHICAL FRAMEWORKS OF GLOBAL HEALTH INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFLICT AND GLOBAL HEALTH FOOD AND NUTRITION LGBTQ AND GLOBAL HEALTH GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH

RELIGION AND GLOBAL HEALTH


GLOBALHEALTHU

Learning from Haiti: Relief and Long-Term Partnerships in the Developing World October 20, 2010

CU students and community members had the opportunity to attend a public lecture featuring a leading voice in global health, Dr. Joia Mukherjee, Medical Director for Partners in Health. Dr. Mukherjee spoke for an hour about PIH’s work in Haiti and the failings of the humanitarian industry after the 2010 earthquake. Following the talk, audience members were able to ask questions and attend a small reception.

Working Across Disciplines for a Just and Sustainable Future March 30, 2011 Dr. Daniel Wessner, the Director of the Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, gave a presentation aimed at students interested in studying development at the graduate level. He spoke about the interdisciplinary approach of this ground-breaking new program and applied study and research around the world which gives graduate students an unparalleled breadth of knowledge and experience to prepare them for a variety of careers.

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ON – CAMPUS EVENTS


COMMUNITY BUILDING 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.

51 # OF COMMUNITY BUILDING EVENTS: 5+ TOTAL # OF CHAPTER MEMBERS:

Staff dynamic is an integral part of GlobeMed at CUBoulder. It is this organization's belief and experience that a well-connected staff works more efficiently than a group of mere acquaintances. Through community building activities, a safe environment where all opinions are listened to and respected is fostered. Some of these activities included two staff retreats, where attendees learned about differing opinions in public health and created chapter learning goals; a handful of non-business gatherings including a Thanksgiving potluck and a picnic; and many different meeting-based activities, where staff goofed around, intimately shared feelings, and debated opinions. Through alternating activities between GlobeMed-based learning goals and family-style sharing, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder has created a close-knit group of individuals who share similar values and can easily adapt and grow.


[GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK] Through Grassroots On-site Work (GROW) internships, students make a positive impact in the community by working alongside their partner organization to further ongoing and new projects.

DECEMBER 2010 – JANUARY 2011

"My GROW trip to Nepal allowed me to fully grasp why we, GlobeMed and Himalayan HealthCare, work so hard. What we strive for is more than just a change. It’s a commitment to the world, and a commitment to humanity. I am forever tied to this movement." -- Navodita KC, c/o 2011

03 LENGTH OF STAY: 4 weeks # OF GLOBEMED GROW INTERNS:

WORK DESCRIPTION: Three G.R.O.W. interns spent four weeks in Nepal working and observing at Himalayan HealthCare’s office in Kathmandu and their community hospital in Ilam. In Kathmandu, the GROW members were able to communicate with HHC staff about how GlobeMed can better support their projects and while in Ilam they observed the hospital operations to provide feedback about potential improvements in health care delivery. The winter trip provided a great opportunity for the interns to interact and strengthen relationships with HHC staff and see first-hand how much the work we do in Boulder impacts an organization half a world away.

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GROW INTERNSHIP


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

GLOBEMED AT CU-BOULDER joined 31 other GlobeMed chapters across the nation in a network-wide commemoration of the 3rd Annual World Day of Social Justice on February 20, 2011, by asking students, professors, and community members on campus an open-ended, thought provoking question relating to social justice. OUR QUESTION: What does women's empowerment mean to you?

What does women's empowerment mean to you?

BEHIND THE SCENES: [GlobeMed at CU-Boulder decided to focus on the issue of women's empowerment because of the impact that women can have on the rural villages in Nepal and throughout the world. Many women in the villages where HHC works participate in a women's empowerment program to prevent alcoholism and domestic abuse from their husbands. Forming a women's group allows them to uphold anti-liquor laws and offer support for one another if domestic violence is present in the household. The ultimate goal was not only to spread the word about daily abuse rural Nepali women face but, more importantly, to show that women around the world are often the key to defeating poverty. Focusing on the impactful videos of thegirleffect.org allowed people who had not been previously exposed to women's empowerment to see the positive influence a woman can have on her entire family.

WE ASKED OVER 38 PEOPLE AT CU-BOULDER.

HERE’S HOW THEY RESPONDED >>


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE GlobeMed at CU-Boulder asked 38 people to answer the question,

What does women's empowerment mean to you?

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PHOTO RESPONSES

MORE WDSJ ACTION ----------------------------------Speaker Heidi Wirtz from Girls Education International: Heidi Wirtz, a world renounced climber, spoke to students about her amazing experiences climbing that led her to co-found Girls Education International, an organization that supports educational opportunities for underserved females in remote and undeveloped regions of the world. Witnessing the shortage of education in many girls' lives around the world inspired her to do something to help reduce the disparity.

View more responses: www.imagine2030.org/wdsj


2011 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT

2011 DELEGATES: Ashley Armstrong, Sarah Budisavljevic, Rosalind Dillon, Navodita K.C., Makenzie Lewis, Scott Mahlberg, Gabriela Nagy, Julianne Surfus, Melissa Taylor, Sarah Ha, Jillian Warner

"Summit was a life-changing moment in my life. From the solidarity for global health equity, I felt like I truly belonged during the whole conference. I realized that I am able to take action within such a movement without having any academic qualifications. Summit has increased my knowledge and passion for global health equity and it has helped motivate me to take a more integral role within my own chapter.�

-- Sarah Ha, c/o 2012

April 7 – 10 in Evanston, IL Featuring Honorary Keynote

DR. JOIA MUKHERJEE Chief Medical Officer, Partners in Health


"GlobeMed gave me a network of individuals as passionate about public health and development as I am. It gave me the knowledge to make a difference. Most importantly, it allowed me to travel and see these disparities with my own eyes. GlobeMed changed my college experience. I love my GlobeMed family!“ – Gaby Nagy, c/o 2011 The goals for GlobeMed at CU-Boulder during the 20112012 school year are bold, yet attainable with the right group of individuals and level of efficiency. Without setting high goals it would not be possible to continue to grow exponentially while benefiting the people of Nepal.

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OUR FUTURE

Financially, the chapter intends to raise funds accumulating to a total of no less than $25,000 for Himalayan HealthCare sponsored projects. In order to promote this growth, improvements will continue to be made to several aspects of the organization, including the Campaign Council so that fundraisers may be as productive as possible. Collaboration between all campaigns, Executive Board members, and the Community Advisory Board (CAB) will ensure the effectiveness of the Campaign Council. Utilizing the GlobeMed at CU-Boulder CAB for additional advice will allow the chapter to see where it can go and what steps are needed to obtain the 2011-2012 goals. To create a larger presence within the Boulder/Denver area, building more diverse partnerships in the greater Boulder community will become a greater focus. Currently, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder is in the process of finding a local partner with which to collaborate, hopefully to the benefit respective organizational goals. Another area of focus will be co-sponsoring events, which will allow for a more financially pragmatic approach and a wider audience for the movement for global health equity. Finally, plans to launch a website this coming year dedicated to GlobeMed at CU-Boulder are underway. This will give the organization greater transparency and keep everyone updated about future events. Stay in touch this coming year to hear about all activities including a human rights fair in the spring of 2012!


CHAPTER FINANCES In 2010 – 2011, GlobeMed at CU-Boulder raised $22,230 for Himalyan Healthcare to support projects in Jawalakhel, Nepal. CAMPAIGN DONATIONS

OPERATIONS

TOTAL REVENUE

Revenue Events Individual Giving

$11,997.82

$11,997.82

$6,307.89

$6,307.89

University Funding University Travel Grant GlobeMed National Office

$5,890

$5,890

$1,592.80

$1,592.80

$180

$180

Corporations

$2,058

$2,058

Foundations

$1,626.29

$1,626.29

Operations (i.e. member dues) SUBTOTAL

$240

$600

$840

$22,230

$8,262.80

$30,492.80

CAMPAIGN DONATIONS

OPERATIONS & GRANTS

TOTAL

Current Finances Cash Reserves

$125

$125

2011-2012 University Funding

$700

$700

EXISTING BALANCE

$825

$825


Read more about our partner and project, and the GlobeMed network. http://www.globemed.org/cuboulder

“Like” us on Facebook to find out about upcoming events. http://www.facebook.com/globemedcuboulder

Check out our photos on http://globemed.smugmug.com/GlobeMed-at-CUBoulder

Find our chapter on http://www.razoo.com/story/Globe-Med-At-CuBoulder and make a donation to support our partner and project today.

WANT TO REACH US IN 2011 2012?

CONTACT: Scott Mahlberg E-MAIL: ucboulder@globemed.org

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STAY CONNECTED


EXECUTIVE BOARD Co-Presidents

Rosalind Dillon • rosalind.dillon@gmail.com Taylor Roberts • taylor.roberts123@gmail.com

Directors of globalhealthU

Scott Mahlberg • scottjmahlberg@gmail.com Roohie Poonia • roohie.poonia@gmail.com

Campaign Coordinators

Kristine Gutierrez • kbgutier@gmail.com Makenzie Lewis • mtlewis32@gmail.com

Director of Community Building

Sarah Budisavljevic • sarahbudisavljevic03@gmail.com

Director of Finances

Vivek Chadayammuri • vivek.chadayammuri@gmail.com

Director of GROW Director of Communications Faculty Advisor

Jillian Warner • jillian16@gmail.com Adrien Mirhashemi • adrien.mirhashemi@gmail.com Jim LoPresti • jim.lopresti@colorado.edu

A sincere thanks to the following advocates, mentors, donors, and colleagues for making our 2010 – 2011 year a great success: INDIVIDUALS Mark Arnoldy Penelope Bennett Barbara Diekmann Stephen Grace Emily King Will Laughlin Rebecca Mashburn Peter R. Simons

ORGANIZATIONS Abo’s On Pearl Absinthe House L’Atelier ATLAS Bàcaro Books on the Hill Brasserie Ten Ten Catacombs Conor O’Neills CU Arts and Sciences Student Government CU Student Government Representative Council CU Student Organizations Finance Office

CU Undergraduate Research Opportunities Fund CU Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs GlobeMed National Office Gurkah’s Hapa Immortal Tattoos Juanitas Nepal Cuisine Shooters Smash Burger Target The Med The Pub on Pearl The S.P.I.R.A.L. Foundation


GlobeMed | National Office MAIL P.O. Box 292 Evanston, IL 60204

WEBSITE www.globemed.org

PHONE 847.467.2143

E-MAIL info@globemed.org

GlobeMed 2010 – 2011 Board of Directors Marjorie Craig Benton Paurvi Bhatt Jobi Cates David W. Cromer, MD Lee Greenhouse (Treasurer) Brian T. Hanson (Chair) Ken Lehman Erin Linville Peter Luckow Jenny Merdinger Victor Roy Keith Sarpolis, MD (Secretary) GlobeMed is a 501(c)(3) independent non-profit based in Evanston, Illinois, with chapters at 32 universities across the United States.

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