UNDAUNTED: Ten Frontline Innovators Shaping Global Health
Join the Aspen Institute’s New Voices Fellows for an evening of fast-paced, visually-stunning storytelling from some of the world's most effective grassroots healthcare leaders. Expect wholehearted narratives, surprising laughter, and tasty libations. Speakers include Dr. Jacques Sebisaho, who is building a healthcare system in a remote part of the Democratic Republic of Congo from scratch; Jane Otai, who Melinda Gates described as her personal hero for her groundbreaking work promoting maternal health in Kenya’s urban slums; Dr. Ola Orekunrin, who has launched West Africa’s first indigenous air ambulance service to improve acute trauma care in under-resourced settings; and many more.
 
UNDERWRITTEN BY THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION
Festival: 2014

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