This Graduate School of Design thesis focused on the Mekong River, the lifeblood of countless wildlife and tens of millions of people across six countries.Read More
Gramhal, founded by Harvard alum Vikas Birhma, provides warehousing that allows farmers in India to store their crops and wait until prices improve.
Harun Kundi, a Harvard Medical School alum and interventional cardiologist in Turkey, researched frailty and cardiac complications in patients with COVID-19.
Alum Zeerak Ahmed hopes to build a programming infrastructure that developers could use to produce software in Urdu, or other non-Latin languages.
The goal of the Korea Project is to foster a deeper understanding of security challenges on the Korean Peninsula and to work to effectively address them.
Transforming early childhood education in Brazil
Using design to promote advocacy in Latin America
New day for Afro-Latin American Studies
Fighting against Malaria
Icelandic internship for sustainability
Providing support, physically and emotionally
The Italian Renaissance is alive in Florence
The long, deep ties between Harvard and Germany
In 2021, a lab at the Botswana Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership produced the first genetic sequence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.Read More
Toshiko Mori, a professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design, opened a school in Senegal that creates community and redefines learning for children.
The Growth Lab is training students and practitioners to do economic development policy work in cities and countries across the globe.
Harvard School of Dental Medicine is working with the World Health Organization to address critical oral health challenges in Africa.
In 2022, Harvard Law School brought together four female African heads of state to explore opportunities for the continent’s future advancement.
“To Serve Better” was a Harvard Gazette project exploring the connections between members of the Harvard community and neighborhoods across the United States.