Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University in USA 2021
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Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University in USA 2021

Good news! Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University is currently open. John Hopkins University in the USA invites applications for the Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health in the 2021/22 session.

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in union with the Center for Humanitarian Health has started a refugee scholarship program in honour of Dr. Peter Salama to back one person who has been displaced due to the conflicts in Afghanistan, Myanmar, South Sudan, Syria, and Venezuela.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health is a exceptional and collaborative Johns Hopkins academic program carried jointly by the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Medicine and the School of Nursing. It is presented by the International Health Department at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and draws upon a range of disciplines, as well as epidemiology, demography, emergency and disaster medicine, health systems management, nutrition/food security, environmental engineering, mental health, political science and human rights. The Center works together with a range of organizations as well as national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), multilateral and UN organizations, and Governmental organizations, and other research institutions on field-based research and humanitarian assignments.

Visualization and Objectives of Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University

It is to pursue novel knowledge and distribute this learning to save lives and reduce human distress and other consequences of humanitarian emergencies and adversities.

  • Research – Carry out innovative research in humanitarian health science to discover and apply evidence-based approaches for prevention, readiness, response, recovery and reintegration.
  • Educate and Train – Teach and train persons, governments and administrations on the most recent theories and best practice tactics of humanitarian health science to allow for their evidence-based and practical application. 
  • Empower – Enable persons, communities, organizations and Governments to practically apply skills and proficiency gained through research and education.

Benefits of Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University

  • These students will get complete tuition while pursuing a Master of Public Health graduate degree at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) in combination with the Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health.

Eligibility for Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University

Candidates must have been displaced by the conflict and political unrest in:

  • Afghanistan and presently living in Pakistan or Iran, or living under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.
  • Myanmar and presently living in Bangladesh or living under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.
  • South Sudan and presently living in Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan or Uganda, or living under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.
  • Syria and presently living in Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, or Turkey, or living under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.
  • Venezuela and presently living in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, or living under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.

Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University necessitates at least TOEFL score of 100 or IELTS score of 7.0.

Steps to Apply for Peter Salama Refugee MPH Scholarship in Humanitarian Health at John Hopkins University

  • foreign candidates can apply for waivers for the SOPHAS application
  • Candidates with questions are asked to please reachj the MPH Program by e-mailing:  [email protected]

Closing date: Applications are due by December 1, 2020, and all required materials are due by January 31, 2021.

The Center collaborates with a range of organizations including national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), multilateral and UN organizations, and Governmental organizations, and other research institutions on field-based research and humanitarian projects. 

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