“Public health is a lynchpin of Canadian society, impacting the lives of countless community members on a daily basis. But in many parts of the developing world, a public health system of this calibre remains an aspiration. Fortunately, there are dedicated individuals based in many of these countries who are determined to turn this aspiration into a reality.
One such individual is Professor Francis Zotor, who works at the University of Health & Allied Sciences (UHAS) in the Volta Region of Ghana and has been deeply involved in the creation of a School for Public Health at UHAS, based in the small town of Hohoe.”
Read more of this article featured in Academica’s Today’s Top Ten in Higher Ed on July 9, 2018.