As a Master's of Public Health student at the University of Missouri and a Clinical Dietician, Rachel spent 6 weeks at Project Anconcito learning about health development of our newest site. Harnessing both her background as a dietician and public health knowledge, she contributed to several programming aspects on site, while also learning about the challenges that come with working in development. Learn about her accomplishments and frustrations from her perspective!
Now that the 2017 Summer International Health Fellowship has come to an end, we have had time to debrief with field staff, review monthly reports, and have even had the chance to meet a few of our amazing Summer Health Fellows in person! In order to showcase the accomplishments of our Fellows, we have created a SIHF 2017 Impact Report.
Alicia Ryberg volunteered long-term with FIMRC through a sabbatical with her organization, Charles River. Throughout her time at Project Limón, Alicia participated in many FIMRC programs, and truly became a part of the FIMRC family on site. Learn about how she brought her passions and applied them in a completely new setting!