Previous Projects

Social Media Internship

The Refugee Health Unit enlisted a cohort of diverse youth interns to produce media content that highlights programming being done by the coalition.

Hepatitis Awareness

The Refugee Health Unit worked to ensure the health of the refugee community by taking steps to eliminate viral hepatitis.

Community Leaders

The Refugee Health Unit worked with two interns from UC San Diego’s Race and Oral Histories class focused on the importance of community leadership.


The Refugee Health Unit offered fellowship opportunities for graduate students looking to increase their professional development while conducting research to advance their work on a particular issue.

Mental Health

The Refugee Health Unit created opportunities for young men in the refugee community to learn about social-emotional health, strengthen peer networks, and apply their combined leadership to mental health advocacy efforts.

Dunya Women’s Health Collaborative

The Refugee Health Unit launched this program to improve the health and well-being of Female Genital Cutting (FGC) affected and at-risk communities in San Diego County.

Cooking Across Generations

The Refugee Health Unit brought to life a vision for a multicultural, inclusive America where refugee communities celebrate their ancestral food and cultures to build their shared power.


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