The Rollins School of Public Health has a history of incredible partnerships in Latin America. One such partnership is with Insituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP) in Mexico. The video below describes a former exchange program with INSP.
Domestic CollaborationsMany community organizations collaborate with the Rollins School of Public Health to advance the health of the Hispanic/Latino population through research, health promotion, program development and more. Take a look at some of the current collaborations with local organizations by clicking on the organizaton logo below.
Rollins School of Public Health has many students and faculty dedicated to work in Latin America. There are opportunities to work in the field with a wide range of partners throughout Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America.
Types of partnerships include:
National Ministries of Health
International nongovernmental organizations
Take a look at the faculty pages to see how Rollins faculty have partnered with public health leaders across Latin America. Review student pages to see where Rollins students have found public health opportunities in Latin America.