January 2022 Newsletter

We hope our partners, colleagues, and friends are welcoming the New Year with good health and optimism. Our Centers are starting the year with a lot to share. Center leaders Dr. Fred Ssewamala and Dr. Ozge Sensoy Bahar, and Vice Provost Mary McKay, co-edited a newly published book, Child Behavioral Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: Towards Evidence Generation and Policy Development. The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis will host a virtual book launch to celebrate this innovative collection of emerging research and policy efforts to address child and adolescent behavioral health in Sub-Saharan Africa. We hope many will join us!

Also, we are pleased to share our Annual Report highlighting the accomplishments of our research studies and training programs. And after a two-year pandemic travel hiatus, Dr. Fred Ssewamala started the new year with a trip to Uganda to meet with the Uganda team.

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