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Irish Global Health Network

The Irish Global Health Network (IGHN) is an independent network of people from different backgrounds, sectors and disciplines who are concerned with health inequities and issues that impact on the health and development of populations at a global level, with a particular commitment to those living in middle and low- income countries.

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on September 29, 2020

COVID-19: The Learnings for Humanity

By Key Correspondent with the Irish Global Health Network, Dr....
on September 23, 2020

Global Health Photography Competition – Winners Announced!

Global Health Photography Competition  In partnership with the...
on September 21, 2020

The Global Fund – New Strategy Development – Open Consultation

Irish Aid is part of the Point Seven Delegation that sits on the...


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Key Correspondent Workshop – September 23, 2020

on Aug 25, 2020
Our next Key Correspondent Workshop takes place on September 23, as part of a live web training hosted on Zoom. It is being facilitated by Dr. Ian Hodgson...

Conversations on COVID-19 16th Webinar: Leaving no one behind: Social inclusion, disability & vulnerable groups

on Jul 2, 2020
WEBINAR SERIES: WEEK SIXTEEN Leaving no one behind: Social inclusion, disability and vulnerable groups  The sixteenth webinar was held on Friday...

Webinar 17: Men and COVID-19: How are men affected by COVID-19 and the response can better include them?

on Jul 20, 2020
WEBINAR SERIES: WEEK SEVENTEEN Men and COVID-19: How are men affected by COVID-19 and the response can better include them? The full suite...


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