Furthermore, Rebecca holds a Master of Science degree in Global Development from the University of Copenhagen and a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Economics. Before joining the Balamu team, Rebecca gained extensive knowledge of health care delivery in low- to middle-income countries (LMICs). Previously, she supported the advocacy efforts of the United Nations Population Fund in Hanoi to strengthen access to preventive healthcare for women and girls.
Rebecca has carried out education and global health research projects in Ghana, Tanzania, and Vietnam. This internationally acquired expertise in the field of health research in LMICs provides the competence with which our project is managed. Rebecca nurtures a strong interest in inclusive approaches to global health and building models that provide sustainable access to care. Sustainability is essential to our projects, which include not only research but also education and care for hard-to-reach community members.