Providing access to international business learning for low-income, rural and remote students

This project increased learning abroad opportunities for Indigenous and other students by developing an innovative form of outbound mobility: inter-professional education (IPE) abroad. This project developed a ready-to-implement mobility opportunity for student teams to learn by supporting the community-based organization, Beyond Hoops Africa, in Nairobi, Kenya. Students from a variety of health related disciplines will implement a holistic approach to health and human development in response to the self-identified needs of Beyond Hoop’s beneficiaries – male and female at risk youth.

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