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Tyrell L. Junius is an experienced project manager with diverse experience implementing technology and youth empowerment projects with US and UN agencies, international charities, and social impact organizations in Africa and Asia. His work with mobile technology implementation contributes to change and project management where he works with Ministry of Health officials, local and international doctors, and application developers to improve health system strengthening and resources for the continuum of care in global health. His professional interests include leveraging health technology for improved service delivery, sports and life-skills development, public private partnerships, and youth empowerment. He is an active member in the community, volunteering his time towards women empowerment initiatives, facilitating diaspora connections, and creating new opportunities for upcoming entrepreneurs. He is a former Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia, where he executed HIV/AIDS outreach, malaria, and implemented new appropriate technologies for improve sanitation practices at the community level. He has presented his African experience and projects to universities in the USA and to crowds of international experts at development conferences. Ty received a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management from the Norfolk State University in USA and currently a graduate student at the Graduate School of Management, at Globis University working towards his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree.
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Rural health development across the world is approaching a paradigm shift for accessing quality health services and seamless payment structures. Technology is closing the health information gap for people who are furthest from receiving healthcare. However, the digital divide disparity for rural citizens of the world who lack sufficient broadband connection fail to reach a doctor when they need it most. What can we do? During a recent webinar series promoting universal health coverage (UHC)...

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