Now more than 30 years ago, Dr. Michele Barry, our Senior Associate Dean for Global Health and Director of CIGH, created the Stanford/Yale Global Health Scholars Program (formerly the Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars Program), which was the first organized program in the U.S. to send residents and faculty to work in low-resource countries. The program supports residents for a 6-week overseas rotation, currently in one of these sites: South Africa (Tugela Ferry), Rwanda (Kigali), Uganda (Kampala), Kenya (Eldoret), Sri Lanka, and Ecuador (Quito and Galapagos). Residents also have the opportunity to rotate at one of our Indian Health Service partner sites, both serving Navajo Nation Reservation (Chinle, AZ and Shiprock, NM). Each site is highly structured with safe living accommodations and superb mentorship. All of the sites are quite different from the others, with a range of unique inpatient, outpatient, and cultural experiences.