Next week, Monday October 6th, we will see the launch of a report based on the data from the “Growing Up in Ireland” study. The “Growing Up in Ireland: National Longitudinal Study of Children in the Republic of Ireland”, to give it its full name, has already yielded results. Most notably the levels of overweight […]
The IFGH’s network of members brings together individuals at home and abroad from NGOs, healthcare organisations, academia, private sector, and more, who are all united by their commitment to health and development across the globe, particularly in low-income countries. It is important to us that the work we do to support our user base of […]
Posted by Irish Forum for Global Health | Publications More than 30 million girls face genital mutilation over the next decade, Unicef has reported. More than 125 million girls and women alive today have undergone “genital cutting,” although the numbers are declining. Female genital mutilation still remains “almost universal” in some countries, a United Nations Children’s Fund study released on Monday (July […]
In Ireland, there is a need to actively engage second level students on global health and development issues. Currently there is significant work being done in this area, including non-governmental organisation (NGO) programmes and workshops on development issues in schools including the Civic, Social and Political Education (CSPE) programme. The Transition Year between the Junior […]
The iheed report “Preparing the next generation of Community Health Workers: The power of Technology for Training”
On April 17, 2012, the Irish Forum for Global Health and Trinity College Dublinâ€™s Centre for Global Health held workshops on global health and development with approximately 85 transition year students (ages 15-17) at Donabate Community College. The following report has collated the responses to each evaluation question in order to identify themes around workshop […]
Continue reading to access the IFGH Submission on health to the review of the White Paper on Irish Aid, April 2012.
Continue reading to access the IFGH 2012 Development Debate Evaluation Report
Continue reading for the IFGH 2012 Conference Evaluation Report.
‘Good health at low cost’ 25 years on: What makes a successful health system? Submitted by Niall Roche Why do some low and middle income countries manage to achieve good health outcomes while others fail? What factors drive improvements in the health system and in access to primary health care? How can we act on […]