Please contact Megan Miller at the IU Center for Global Health if you have a global health related activity at Indiana University that is not included in this list.
IU Global Health Current Activities
AMPATH is a partnership of universities and academic health centers working together to save lives in Kenya and to improve health care around the world. Indiana University’s partnership with Moi University School of Medicine and Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret, Kenya, led to the creation of AMPATH in 2001. Working with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, AMPATH created one of Africa's largest, most comprehensive and effective HIV/AIDS management and treatment models. AMPATH has transitioned its successful HIV approach into a comprehensive primary health care system, now serving a population of 4.5 million people in western Kenya. In addition to providing direct patient care, AMPATH trains healthcare leaders in North American and sub-Saharan Africa and conducts research. AMPATH aspires to restore patients’ lives, not just their health.