Last Month, the Global Health Initiative, Study Abroad and the Department of Social Work co-hosted a presentation by Dr. Silvia Cu. Cu, a public health doctor from near Lake Atitlan in the mountains of Guatemala, spoke about her work with the “Hambre Cero” Program. “Hambre Cero” aims to reduce acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of five.
As a part of The Department of Social Work’s Guatemala Program, some students and faculty have worked with Dr. Cu in Guatemala. The Guatemala program is a unique study abroad opportunity for students interested international service-learning and Social Work.
To read more about Dr. Cu’s visit, please visit: http://oia.ncsu.edu/our-news