When: Thursday, June 6, 2013, 2:00 – 3:30 PM
Where: Marvin Center 433, GW (800 21st NW)
MCC’s nearly $40 million Health Project in Mongolia aims to address the high and growing incidence of non-communicable diseases and injuries (NCDIs). Through the project, MCC has invested in training and educational support, promoting policy changes, and provision of equipment and supplies to health facilities throughout Mongolia’s 21 provinces.
Join panelists for a discussion on the Health Project’s partnerships and innovations. Speakers include:
Ms. Batsaikhan Bolormaa, Counselor for Economic Affairs, Embassy of Mongolia
Dr. A. Munkhtaivan, MCA-Mongolia Health Project Director
Dr. James M. Sherry, Professor of Global Health and International Affairs, The George Washington University
Dr. Silvija Staprans, Director of Medical Affairs, Strategic Partnerships & Stakeholder Engagement, Merck.
Co-sponsored by GW’s Center for Global Health and Development, the Elliott School’s Institute for Global and International Studies, and the Millennium Challenge Corporation