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The Yale Art Gallery has been approved for a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support an upcoming exhibition Bámigbóyè: A Master Sculptor of the Yorùbá Tradition. A monograph dedicated to Bámigbóyè&r...
Kaakpema “KP” Yelpaala, M.P.H. ’06, and his partner, Sara (Shamos) Yelpaala, M.P.H. ’07, co-founders of InOn Health, an innovative digital health communications company launched in the US in 2018, a...
Twenty-two participants from Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Somalia and Uganda graduated from the Expanded Programme on Immunization Leadership and Management Programme (EPI LAMP), a 9-month certificate program offered by Yale’s Global Health Leadership Initiative (GHLI) in partne...
As we all reflect on the challenges presented by COVID-19 pandemic, faculty, students, alumni/ae, and friends of Yale Divinity School look to Orishatukeh Faduma (1894 B.D) to gain insight and learn from his efforts to assist the residents of Sierra Leone to make...
power plant in India
Indian states are deploying a new policy tool that shows potential to reduce their high air-pollution levels, which are estimated to have caused nearly 1.7 million deaths, or 18% of all Indian deaths, in 2019. The policy tool — an emissions trading system (ETS) known as...
New research by an international team of scientists from the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Brazil among others has found vaccination highly effective in protecting the elderly during an epidemic where the COVID-19 Gamma v...
Air pollution
Poorer households in India are bearing a disproportional impact from pollution caused by others, a new study by Yale School of the Environment Associate Professor of Energy Systems Narasimha Rao has found. The study, published in the journal Nature Sustainability, is the firs...

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