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Yemen Panel Announcement- February 22nd

Jan 19, 2018

We are excited to announce that on February 22nd Health Alliance International will be co-sponsoring:

Bombs, the blockade, and the humanitarian crisis in Yemen:

a public lecture and panel discussion.

We are so excited to invite Congressman Adam Smith (WA-9), Kate Kizer (Win Without War), Kate Gould (FCNL), and Aisha Jumaan (Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation) to ask and help answer the questions:

Why aren’t we talking about this more?

What can we do?

The event will take place at the University of Washington, Kane Hall, Room 110.

February 22, 2018 | 4:30-6:00pm

 

Thanks the rest of the co-sponsors for making this happen:

University of Wasington, Jackson School for International Studies

University of Washington, Department of Global Health

Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation

Roots of Conflict

 

Yemen 2018 poster

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Health Alliance International began in 1987 as a US-based international solidarity organization committed to supporting the public sector provision of health care for all.  Over 35 years, HAI conducted programs in 17 countries, with flagship programs in Mozambique, Côte d'Ivoire, and Timor-Leste.

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