The Student Alliance for Global Health (SAGH) is a multi-disciplinary organization on UNMC's campus focused on service and international healthcare founded in 1995. SAGH’s mission is to bring together UNMC students, faculty, and the surrounding community to learn about global health issues and to encourage involvement in efforts to support global health initiatives at home and abroad. The organization features speakers and informative presentations on global health and medicine. The OGE and SAGH also sponsor a philanthropy project every year and offer Medical Spanish classes. They help organize and support the annual medical service spring break trips abroad for UNMC students.
SAGH Donation Drive for Afghan Refugees, Jan 31-Feb 28, 2022
The Student Alliance for Global Health is working with Lutheran Family Services to donate much-needed household items to local Afghan refugee families.
Ways to donate:
- Donate from the Amazon Wishlist: http://www.lfsneb.org/lfsamazon (items will be sent directly to Lutheran Family Services)
- Monetary donations: https://www.lfsneb.org/afghanrefugees
Questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
SAGH Speaker Series, Mar 22-26, 2021
The Student Alliance for Global Health is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. To commemorate this important milestone, SAGH is hosting its first speaker series, March 22-26, which will feature a variety of medical health professionals that are impacting global health, locally and abroad. Here is the line-up: