Before action can be taken, we first need to be educated on the issues. SCOUT BANANA values learning from others, sharing experiences, and using research-based best practices. Our organization seeks to educate the public in both the US and Africa on specific health care issues in international development by hosting educational activities and events, developing education resources for use in classrooms and communities, and publishing original undergraduate and graduate-level scholarly research. We also work to compile quality resources that other groups and experts have available on relevant subjects.
The Articulate Journal engages graduate and undergraduate scholar activists to publish academic papers on issues in international development and health care in Africa. If you have an interest in journalism, design, or academic research think about joining the Articulate staff. The journal’s mission is to spark, share, and spread knowledge for the sake of innovative change in health care and development.
The Knowledge Base is a collaboration with partner organizations to assist in our understanding of the multiple topics within international development. Read briefs on issue topics and access reading recommendations and links to more learning resources.
- Health Workers
- Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)
- Essential Medicines
- Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)
- Human Rights
Become a student Issue Analyst and help us spread and share information about these key issues!