South of Global Health is a blog of the Global Health Institute at the American University of Beirut which tackles the Global South’s most pressing health issues across multiple intersectional themes. The blog intends to serve as an outlet for health-related issues affecting and originating from the most vulnerable regions of the developing world.

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A call to stand with mothers surviving postpartum psychiatric disorders in the Arab World
  • Zeinab El-Dirani
  • June 23, 2022

A call to stand with mothers surviving postpartum psychiatric disorders…

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The Mobile University for Health: A Journey of Empowering Women
  • Global Health Institute Academy Team
  • April 27, 2022

Countless efforts have been put in the last few years…

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Medical Aid for Palestinians’ Work Enhancing the National Plan for Breast Cancer Treatment in oPt
  • Rasha Almoghany, Mahmoud Shalabi , Hana'a Qaysse, and Melanie Coyne
  • January 7, 2021

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in…

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Forced Migration and the COVID-19 Response: A Spotlight on Lebanon’s Refugee Women
  • Waed Sleem
  • December 17, 2020

Today, more people than ever, live outside their country of…

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DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this blog are the author’s, and do not reflect the views of the Global Health Institute or the American University of Beirut.


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