In Africa, public health curricula have relied on United States-specific exercises owing to the dearth of analogous examples tailored to African contexts. This supplement introduces 11 new case study exercises based on real events in African contexts and written by experienced Africa-based public health trainers and practitioners. These case studies represent the most up-to-date and context-appropriate case study exercises for African public health training programs. These exercises are designed to reinforce and instill competencies for addressing health threats in the future leaders of public health in Africa.
Guest editors: Olivia Namusisi, Scott JN McNabb, Ghada N Farhat, Joseph Asamoah Frimpong
Contact: Olivia Namusisi (AFENET) - Scott JN McNabb (Case Study Design and Development, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University)
Graphic design: Sorie Dumbuya (Case Study Design and Development, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University)
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