Aiperi Asanbek Kyzy graduated from the Master of Public Health in Global Health (MOH) courses at the Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMSU). The program has been designed to train people from all over the world who want to be leaders in their fields; generate, translate and disseminate public health science data to make the world a healthier place. It is part of JICA’s Universal Health Coverage Cooperative Knowledge Program. Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) is the best small university in Japan. Founded in 1928, the university has a long history of developing medical professionals and researchers from around the world with knowledge and humanism to improve the health and social well-being of people around the world. The Yushima campus, where the MPH courses will take place, is located in the sacred birthplace of scholarship and study in Japan. With excellent transport links, the campus is just 2 minutes from Tokyo Station, and students can take advantage of the unique and rich learning and career opportunities in the world’s largest city. Her supervisor was Professor Takeo Fujiwara, MD, PhD, MPH, Head of the Department of Global Health Promotion at TMSU.