Agnes Binagwaho helped rebuild the Rwandan health care system and continues to fight for positive change in global health.

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Rwanda's former National AIDS Control Commissioner and Minister of Health, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho worked to serve and support the most vulnerable. Today, she pursues change as vice chancellor of the new University of Global Health Equity, located in rural Rwanda. 

Binagwaho's mission is to train rising global health leaders who will promote positive change in their communities, countries and the entire world. She takes great pride in watching their spirited fight to promote social justice and holistic healthcare.

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