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Planning for a Post-Conflict Colombia: Emerging Public Health Leaders Develop Health Interventions for IDPs
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Today marks Day 2 of the Post-Conflict Colombia and Public Health course -- a project of the Open Hands Initiative and Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI), in collaboration with the University of Antioquia School of Medicine.