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Columbia University, New York, NY

$1,000,000, Access Project
To expand the capacity and quality of health care in Rwanda by
strengthening health systems management at the local level

Generation Rwanda, New York, NY

$25,000, General Support
To assist orphans and other socially vulnerable young people in Rwanda in
obtaining a university education

University of California, San Francisco - Global Health Sciences, San Francisco, CA

$10,000, General Support
For the 2010 Bay Area Global Health Summit:
Innovation and Action for the Next Decade

Yale University, New Haven, CT

$50,000, Global Health Leadership Institute
To strengthen the capacity of countries to ensure health equity and
quality of care for all citizens through educational conferences,
seminars, research programs and training

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