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Though one Atlanta nonprofit has trained thousands of health professionals and community leaders in 97 countries, it is still largely unknown in Atlanta.

Emory University senior officials Dr. Ada Fort and Virginia E. Proctor, and Georgia community leader Frances Candler Shumway founded Global Health Action in 1972 to provide and promote health education and training worldwide.

The nonprofit recently named Wendy Jolley-Kabi as president and CEO after Robin C. Davis retired after 30 years of service. The program currently focuses on Haiti and rural China. To learn more, make a donation or get involved in its various programs, click here.

– Emily Tracy, SPR Atlanta

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