To shape the MPH students for improvement of Population and Family Health through Research and Education and to bring science to policy and practice.
To develop Healthy Futures by increasing the equity, effectiveness, efficiency of health services to all families and populations.
To train MPH students to advance health and wellbeing of the families by educating and creating new knowledge related to current, important Maternal and Child Health, Reproductive Health, Adolescent Health, School Health and Geriatric Health
To train MPH students for conducting research among the families and populations regarding Maternal and Child Health, School Health, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health
To collaborate with community and government partners to improve health systems, programmed, and policies related to population and families.
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