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The IFGH 2013 Evaluation Report

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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 […]

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A Summary & Reflection on “Health & Gender Equity in a Period of Global Crisis”

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Summary of DSA Ireland Conference 2013 Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Galway, Ireland November 28-29, 2013   Summary & Reflection   Thursday, November 28 The conference was opened by a politician, Olivia Mitchell, T.D. She said that while politicians made policies, they relied on experts to guide them. She said that in all her years, she […]

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IT’S TIME! Are you ready for ‘Health & Gender Equity in a Period of Global Crisis’?

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We’re all set for kicking off ‘HEALTH AND GENDER EQUITY IN A PERIOD OF GLOBAL CRISIS’ in Galway, on 28-29 November 2013! DSA Ireland (Development Studies Association Ireland), the IFGH (Irish Forum for Global Health)  and Gender Arc are delighted to present a day and half of interesting and thought-provoking sessions that will focus on […]

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Ireland Gives A SH*T on World Toilet Day!

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  Every day diarrhoea kills 4,000 children around the world -that is the equivalent of 143 Irish primary school classes. In Africa, it is the leading killer of children under 5 years old, causing more deaths than AIDS, malaria and measles combined. Yet, the Irish Government’s bilateral spend on water and sanitation in 2011 was […]

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Achill – International Health and Development Training for Healthcare Workers

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The Irish Forum for Global Health, in partnership with the Health Service Executive Global Health Programme and ESTHER Ireland, organised a training course in late October to address aspects of health - and the provision of healthcare – in resource-poor settings. Developed in response to requests from health care workers for introductory training on issues associated with […]

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What happened at INMED?

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In late September the IFGH co-hosted a symposium on medical electives in conjunction with the Irish Network of Medical Educators (INMED). The discussion ranged from the role of electives, the responsibilities of medical schools, to fundraising and insuring ethical electives. All medical schools in Ireland were represented, although attendance was not limited to medicine alone, […]

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Get Ready for ‘Health & Gender Equity In a Period of Global Crisis’

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We have three weeks to go until the ‘HEALTH AND GENDER EQUITY IN A PERIOD OF GLOBAL CRISIS’ conference kicks off in Galway, Ireland: 28-29 November 2013. Registration Online registration is open here: http://www.eventbrite.ie/event/8585785315?ref=ebtnebtckt Full rate: 35 euros Concession rate for students/unwaged: 15 euros Please register early to help us accommodate the numbers! Programme We […]

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Final Call For Abstracts: ‘Health and Gender Equity in a Period of Global Crisis’

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The Irish Forum for Global Health is pleased to be working in conjunction with the Development Studies Association of Ireland (DSAI) and the Gender Advanced Research Consortium (Gender ARC) to bring ‘Health and Gender Equity in a Period of Global Crisis’ to Galway this November. We encourage submissions for inclusion at this event, and therefore […]

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IFGH INMED Symposium on Medical Electives

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‘A Symposium on Medical Electives’ The Irish Network of Medical Educators (INMED) in partnership with the Irish Forum for Global Health (IFGH) is delighted to announce: ‘A Symposium on Medical Electives’. The aim of the symposium is to develop an all-Ireland collegial approach to medical electives in developed and resource-poor countries. The symposium will be held on Friday 20 […]

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IFGH and Concern Worldwide Scaling Up Nutrition Seminar

Concern, in collaboration with the IFGH and the Development Studies Association of Ireland, hosted its first learning seminar in Dublin on December 10th, 2012 on the topic of Scaling Up Nutrition.

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