Global Health Fellowships at the Nieman Foundation

Friedhoff, Stefanie
March 2007
Nieman Reports;Spring2007, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p114
This article talks about Nieman Foundation's global health fellowship. With the fellowship, Global Health Fellows will take reporting trips to developing nations of their choice from June through September 2007. The trips will allow them to take a closer look at how health-oriented projects are carried out in the field and prepare them with stories ready to publish or broadcast. According to the author, part of the challenge of the fellowship and of global health reporting is sorting out the many dimensions of the global health story and investigating the connection between health issues and global economic and political forces.


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