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How We’re Addressing Malaria in the Lake Tanganyika Basin

Malaria is the number one cause of death in the Lake Tanganyika Basin, and the need for appropriate solutions to combat this disease couldn’t be more pressing. Over the past two years, we have begun to shed light on the … Continue reading

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Big Plans for 2016

  After an incredibly busy 2015, the LTFHC/WAVE is poised to launch into an impactful 2016 with a series of exciting programs, from direct service provision to critical infrastructure improvements affecting communities in the Lake Tanganyika Basin, and beyond:   … Continue reading

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HuffPo Canada interviews Dr. Amy Lehman

LTFHC Founder and CEO Dr. Amy Lehman was interviewed by the Huffington Post while at Ideacity in Toronto last month. Read more on her thoughts about “magic bullet” solutions and her general approach to international aid at HuffPo Canada.  

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Amy Lehman Speaks at Ideacity 2015

LTFHC Founder & CEO Dr. Amy Lehman was a featured speaker at this year’s Ideacity Conference, “Canada’s Premier Meeting of the Minds”. Watch her speak on why aid and development work is so hard, bed net misuse and unintended consequences, … Continue reading

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