Dr Marie Charles
is the founder and CEO of Global Medic Force/Force Mondiale des Médecins, an international not-for-profit organization which arranges for 1700 volunteer doctors to bring their skills and advice to the developing world across four continents. Marie is also a medical doctor and has worked extensively abroad she will be speaking at the Royal Geographic Society on 7th March the subject of Global Health in the 21st Century: Preventing Pandemics and Fighting Disease.Find out more about Marie Charles
7 March 2012: Global health in the 21st Century
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
1 Kensington Gore
London SW7 2AR
Tickets line: 020 7591 3100
RGS-IBG main switchboard: 020 7591 3000
is a dentist and lives with his family in Leeds and Mwanza, second city of Tanzania on the southern shores of Lake Victoria. In 2002 Ian set up his own charity Bridge2Aid to provide dental care mainly in rural Tanzania. Ian has travelled and worked across much of Africa to train local people in dental skills.Find out more about Bridge2Aid
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