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Capacity Strengthening Engagement and Mentorship (CaSE)

About CaSE

The CaSE Fellowship Program is a component of the USAID-funded MATRIX program that offers early to mid-level career scientists and researchers the exciting opportunity to participate in 1-12 month long fellowships with guidance from leading HIV-prevention experts from the world.  Fellows can take courses or be placed at sites where they will work on the front lines of HIV-prevention while developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s biggest global health challenges.

CaSE Co-leads

Bethany Young Holt
Nelly Mugo
Pholo Maenetje

CaSE Support and Program Team

Christine Su
Joe Romano
Nancy Garcia
Nyaradzo Mgodi
Margaret Ilomuanya
Monica Longwe
Madison Langrin
Renee Heffron
Sharon Rudy
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