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Mount Sinai Global Health (MSGH) is a multi-disciplinary program formed to confront emerging trends and challenges in global health. Whether it is the rise of chronic disease worldwide, the extreme deficit of health workers in third-world countries or health and human rights violations around the globe, Mount Sinai Global Health (MSGH) is committed to addressing the gap in global health. Through conducting innovative research, building a robust pipeline of global health practitioners in the U.S. and abroad, delivering critical patient care, and advocating for human rights, MSGH is at the forefront of today’s most pressing global health challenges. Since the program’s launch in 2006, MSGH has engaged more than 650 trainees and physicians in partnerships in over 50 countries, improving the health and lives of tens of thousands of people. MSGH faculty and trainees train midwives in Mozambique, investigate lead poisoning prevention in the Dominican Republic, cure cataracts in Mongolia and advocate for access to healthcare in Syria. And that’s just the beginning.
 
None of this would be possible without the support of our generous donors and partners. Since MSGH’s founding, philanthropy has been a critical component of our success, enabling us to more effectively investigate, treat, advocate and train in the global communities that need it most.

Global Health in Mozambique

Mount Sinai doctors are partnering with local caregivers in Mozambique to give hope to future generations by educating mothers on how to take care of themselves and their babies.
For more information on making a gift to Mount Sinai Global Health or to learn about additional giving opportunities,
please contact:

 
Lauren E. Merkley
Associate Director of Development
Mount Sinai Global Health
The Mount Sinai Development Office
Phone: 212-659-8500
lauren.merkley@mountsinai.org