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Project Medishare’s Dr. Barth Green joins panel discussion in Washington D.C.

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By Jennifer Browning

In November, Project Medishare’s Co-Founder, Dr. Barth Green will join UN’s Deputy Special Envoy to Haiti, Dr. Paul Farmer  and Haiti’s Ambassador to the United States, Raymond Joseph during the panel discussion “Meeting the challenge of the Millennium Development Goals in Haiti: A progress report from the poorest country in the Americas.”

The panel will discuss Haiti’s experience in order to inform audiences about several Millennium Development Goals.

Project Medishare is currently partnering with The Global Institute at the University of Miami for successful implementation of the Integrated Community Development Program currently underway in the community of Marmont. Both organizations use the Millennium Development Goals set forth by the United Nations Development Program as a model to guide them toward the success of the Integrated Community Development Program in Marmont.

The November panel discussion is the first dialogue in the monthly, yearlong series “OUR GLOBAL CHALLENGES: A Series of Dialogues on the Most Pressing Global Issues of Our Time.”

The series of panel discussions is sponsored by the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) who is partnering with University of Miami’s Knight Center for International Media.

The discussion will be November 2 between 3-4 p.m. at CSIS in Washington D.C.