Recruitment for the 2020 Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity Program OPEN NOW

23 July, 2019

Recruitment for the 2020 Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity Program OPEN NOW

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity program! The aim of the fellowship is to develop leaders who understand the foundations of health inequity and have the knowledge, skills, and courage to build more equitable health systems and organizations.

Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity[AFHE] is a one-year fellowship opportunity designed for early to mid-career leaders who are currently engaged in health sector work including but not limited to, academia, government, healthcare delivery, business, research, and media. The program will select twenty fellows. Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity is one of seven global, interconnected Atlantic Fellows programs. While each of the seven Atlantic Fellows programs is distinct and grounded in its local context, they share a common purpose of advancing fairer, healthier, more inclusive societies. The selected fellows will be a life-long members and participants of the Atlantic Institute which is housed at the University of Oxford.

We invite you to forward this information. The application deadline is August 1, 2019. For those with an organizational newsletter, please consider sharing a brief announcement about the program (see text below). More information about the program can also be found in the attached flyer and on our website,

Please feel free to contact us with any inquiries at

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Seble L Frehywot MD, MHSA

Associate Professor of Global Health and Health Policy

Department of Global Health & Department of Health Policy & Management

Director of Global Health Equity On-Line Learning

Atlantic Philanthropy-Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity Program

Milken Institute School of Public Health

The George Washington University

HIFA profile: Seble Frehywot is Associate Research Professor of Health Policy and Global Health at the George Washington University, USA. She has worked in Asia, Africa and the United States in the fields of medicine, public health, international & national health policy analysis, health policy analysis capacity-building, and health services research and program management. Her research and policy analysis focus is on developing countries health workforce and health systems issues with a main focus on Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia Health Human Resource and Health Systems development and strengthening issues. She teaches International Comparative Health Systems course at the GWU. seblelf AT