health is a HUMAN right.

GlobeMed at the UW is a team of students from all disciplines at the University of Washington united behind the idea that health is a human right

Our Approach

50 Student Members
4* Awareness Events
6* Fundraising Events
Over $17,000 Raised
One Sustainable Partnership.

*yearly numbers
Past Event

Ahadi Benefit Dinner 2018

Celebrating Commitment to Global Health


5:30 PM - 8 PM

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Who We Are

We are part of a group of 56 student organizations that educate and train student advocates for global health equity. We build a movement of people who believe in health and justice for all.


What We Do

We create community building activities, educate ourselves about global health, advocate for global health issues, and support our partner through events on campus.

Partner, Learn, Ignite


We are currently partnered with NECOFA, which promotes sustainable agriculture in Kenya

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We educate ourselves and others in the community about global health issues

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We organize events on and off campus that raise awareness and spark action

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Empowering Kenyan communities to sustainably achieve enhanced access to education, health, food security and social dignity. It was founded to promote eco-farming with the vision to have efficient, profitable and ecologically sustainable agriculture systems in Africa.


What we're up to.

Ahadi Benefit Dinner 2018

Help us raise money for our sponsor. Join us for food, silent auction, and more!
May 18 at 5:50pm

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Benefit Concert 2018

Come listen to some #siq #jamz, get a great dinner and raise money for our partner organization, NECOFA! Feb 21 at 6:45pm

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Event passed!

World Health Day

Members tabled on campus to raise awareness for World Health Day. Students from all over UW came to voice their opinions.

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