Health & Wellness
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Health is a basic human right. The inequity in access to healthcare and health outcomes for the world's most underserved populations is unjust and unsustainable. Resolution Fellows are implementing innovative technologies to develop creative approaches to promote public health and help bridge this unacceptable divide.

Health is a basic human right. The inequity in access to healthcare and health outcomes for the world's most underserved populations is unjust and unsustainable. Resolution Fellows are implementing innovative technologies to develop creative approaches to promote public health and help bridge this unacceptable divide.

Celia Breuer

Born and raised in Germany, Celia traveled to Kenya after graduating German high school in 2013. After participating in several volunteer programs in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, Celia decided to stay in Kenya without a program. She founded the community-based organization Siku Njema Kesho shortly before moving to the United States to begin her undergraduate studies at the University of California, San Diego.

Peach Health

Peach Health utilizes a mobile and web platform to collect important maternal health records, detect high risk pregnancies, and refer such cases to doctors miles away for remote diagnosis.  Having secured approval from the Ghana Ministry of Health, Cobby will launch his venture in Accra, Ghana, and then scale it to the surrounding region.

Cobby Amoah

Born in Ghana, Cobby Amoah is passionate about healthcare delivery around that world. This drive led him to found Peach Health, a mobile electronic medical records company dedicated to using health data to diagnose disease and predict outbreaks. Peach is currently operating in Ghana.

In the U.S, Cobby runs Obaa Inc, a telemedicine platform that connects general practitioners to specialists through video calls.

Global Health Fund

In response to the high incidence of heart disease and death from cardiac arrest in India, Jasmit will work in Bangalore to train community members in CPR, raise awareness about preventive measures, and increase access to AEDs in slow EMS-response zones.

Jasmit Heera

Jasmit is currently a first year medical student at the American University of Antigua, and previously attended the University of Ottawa, where she pursued a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. Additionally, she completed the Canadian Disaster and Humanitarian Response Training Program at McGill University, and in the future she aims to pursue a career in Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief. 

Christelle Kwizera

Christelle Kwizera, 21, is a young Rwandan activist and aspiring social entrepreneur. Currently a senior in Mechanical Engineering at Oklahoma Christian University, Kwizera works full time to promote youth-led initiatives and help fellow young people achieve their full potential.  Kwizera is the CFO of Emerging Leaders and Entrepreneurs of Rwanda, a platform for youth innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship that seeks to inspire and motivate young people, foster creative solutions, as well as provide advocacy to concerned governmental institutions.

Shaman Project

Maura, a medical student from Venezuela, was inspired by a national requirement for students to spend four months in a rural area.  She will be creating a program that brings medical students to the Amazonas region of Venezuela to deliver a five-step program in basic medical support, including programming for first aid, trauma, drowning, burning, and poisoning.  She and her team will train local villagers and help them improve the survival rates of individuals who suffer from common ailments in the region, even increasing their chances of making it to distant hospital centers in time.

Maura Alvarez

She is a recently graduated doctor from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. She was born and raised in Caracas. During her years at the University she had the chance to be part of multiple activities that helped her develop as a student leader. In 2011 she was in the students’ council, later in 2012 she was named vice-president of the International Congress for Medical Students. She became part of the Scientific Society of Medicinal Students where she served as the director PPRR and the Volunteering Programs.

Well for Wellbeing

Presently, there is no source of clean water is available within the community of Las Macias, Teustepe, Boaco, Nicaragua.  Water from an open well must be carried over a mile to each home, taking time, leaving risk of contamination, and stressing the community and its health and wellness.  Marling and her team will create a well and water pumping system to provide clean, fresh water to each residents' home, combined with a community maintenance program.  This is an innovative approach to in-home plumbing through simple engineering and community engagement.

Marling Garcia

Marling Garcia is a passionate, dedicated, and enthusiastic student from Northcentral Technical College in Wausau, WI. She was born in the community of Las Macias, Teustepe, Boaco, Nicaragua. Since she was a child, she experienced the lack of clean, potable water needed to supply the basic needs in her home.  Due to that hardship, she always wanted to have a career and help her community. In 2013, she won a SEED scholarship to study Business Management for two years in the United States.