Child Family Health International (CFHI)


Scholarships for
CFHI Global Health Rotations

Child Family Health International (CFHI) is offering ten scholarships of US $1,000 each to be awarded towards participation in any CFHI Global Health Education Program during the program months below. One CFHI scholarship each round will be specially designated for an AMSA member.

  • CFHI Scholarship Round 1: January - April 2015
    Application Deadline:November 12, 2014
    Applicants Notified: December 10, 2014

  • CFHI Scholarship Round 2: May, June, & August 2015
    Application Deadline: March 4, 2015
    Applicants Notified: April 1, 2015

  • CFHI Scholarship Round 3: September- December 2015
    Application Deadline: July 15, 2015
    Applicants Notified: August 12, 2015

To apply AMSA members must simply complete the CFHI Scholarship Application and note AMSA membership number in the space provided. CFHI will select one winner each round exclusively from AMSA member scholarship applications. For details visit CFHI’s Scholarship Page.

Who is CFHI?

CFHI is the leading nonprofit placing health science students on global health education programs in ways that are socially responsible and financially just. We model best global health education practices which demonstrate a priority commitment to community engagement and local integrity. CFHI is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC of the United Nations.

What are CFHI Programs?

Through CFHI participants go on 4 to 16 week placements with physicians in developing countries working in underserved communities. Participants rotate through local clinics and hospitals, attend medical lectures, and become immersed in the healthcare system of the community. CFHI has 20+ sites throughout Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, India, Mexico, and South Africa which are open to students of the health sciences from any country.

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