IMHL alumni launch project to improve health outcomes for at-risk children


Published: 10Sep2019

Ahmad Firas Khalid, Padma Venkatasubramanian and Caroline Kisia, all 2014 alumni of McGill’s IMHL program, have teamed up to create Amama (grandmother), a community-based platform that connects grandmothers with vulnerable children to improve children’s physical and mental well-being.

In 2013, the trio won a Canada Grant Challenge to field-test a copper device they created to kill deadly water-borne pathogens.

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