Project Description



Clayton L. Walton

Public Health & Reproductive Rights

Dates TBD

In Nicaragua, one of the poorest countries in Central America, preventable maternal mortality and childbirth complications plague the nation. This experiential learning partnership allows students to see first-hand the challenges developing nations face in public health.  Each team will be partnered with nonprofit and public organization leaders committed to promoting reproductive rights and public health. This experience allows students to work collaboratively with healthcare professionals that are implementing change on the ground.


  • Gender Equity: Social Entrepreneurship and Free Trade
  • Violence Against Women and Children
  • Nonprofit and Public Organization Leadership