Funding for a "Partnership
for Cross-Border Human Capacity Training in HIV and Tuberculosis"
is provided by a grant from the Association Liaison Office
for University Cooperation in Development (USAID subgrant).
A seed-grant for a "Health Careers Border Education
Project" (HCEP) involving UCSD, UABC and the University
of Texas, El Paso, and the Universidad Autónoma de
Ciudad Juárez, is funded by Border PACT-Border partners
in Action/CONAHEC – the Consortium for North American
Higher Education Collaboration, University of Arizona-Tucson,
with the generous financial support of the Ford Foundation
and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
the purposes of institution building on a sustainable basis,
the Network is developing comprehensive linkages with foundations,
private industry and government agencies.
Dr. Gloria Sotelo and Ms Elizabeth Santillanez, Executive
Manager of the San Diego Border HETC BHEN during the Trauma
and Emergency Response Systems in the Border Region training.