Explore how stresses to our global environment affect public health and nature’s potential to cure human disease.
Discover Rwanda’s successes in improving child and maternal mortality over the past 20 years.
Students mimic the spread of disease by exchanging liquids in test tubes and then graph and analyze data from the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone in 2014-2016.
Students create flowcharts that link environmental issues with human health issues.
Representing different countries, students step forward or backward based on social and economic conditions in their borders, then consider which countries have an advantage in a final “race for health.”