Tag Archives: maternal health

Experience and Expectations: Yukos Hospital in the Classroom and in Real Life

8/3/15 – This guest post is written by Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA student Charles Jeza, the Co-Founder and CEO of Yukos Hospital, based in his hometown of Nairobi, Kenya. Their business model is a for-profit private hospital with … Continue reading

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More than Just Flipping Pages: The Story of an MBA that Uses Real Life Case Studies

09/05/13 – Stories From the Field: This team of MBA students in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise program describes their adventure in India learning first-hand the maternal mortality challenges facing Indian communities – an experience they found infinitely more … Continue reading

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Creative and Cultural Solutions that Save Mothers and Babies

07/15/13 – Stories From the Field: This post is written by Grace Hanley, Tanmay Telang, John Striebel, and Maria Demirtshyan, all MBA students at Colorado State University in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program. They have been working … Continue reading

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