Topic: Asia

Reclaiming childhood

Article in Harvard Magazine, November-December 2012 issue, featuring HSPH’s Theresa Betancourt

HSPH mourns Endang Sedyaningsih

May 4, 2012 Endang Sedyaningsih, MPH '92, SD '97 received her master's and doctoral degrees from the Department of Global Health and Population. In 2009, she was appointed Minister of Health in her native Indonesia. Minister Endang returned to HSPH in May…

Making a difference while making a profit

June 6, 2013 -- Can for-profit health ventures be an effective way to improve the health of poor people around the globe? Teams of students at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) sought…

Health care in China: Progress made, more needed

China has made great progress on health care but still has much work to do. In a November 1, 2011 New York Times opinion piece, Yuanli Liu, senior lecturer on international health at the Harvard School of Public Health, praised China’s successful…

HSPH researchers help Israel stamp out tobacco

August 22, 2012 -- Attendees at the first Israeli Conference on Tobacco or Health earlier this summer hoped to “make tobacco history” in the country, and they appear to have political will behind this goal. With the help of Harvard School of Public…