Dr. Mexan Mapouka worked healing others as a young doctor in a war zone. Now, he’s pursuing a master’s in public health as a fellow at the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center learning to combine his medical knowledge with conflict resolution.
“This is a tremendous program that gives people who can’t afford to continue their graduate education a chance to do so,” Mapouka says. “It also trains the next generation of people who will take the lead in places like the Central African Republic where peacebuilding is needed.”
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