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‘From refugee to stateless, you are still not illegal’

By Key Correspondent for the Irish Global Health Network, Riya Tripathi Imagine being born in a country that you call home and not being called a legal citizen of that country. Being legally stateless. The very first thoughts you might have of the word ‘stateless’ are of a person who neither belongs to a country...

From Taboo to Transformative: A call to action to recognize proper sexual and reproductive health as a human right

By Camille Rich, Key Correspondent for the Irish Global Health Network   Sex. Condoms. Genitals. Abortion. Words like these describing aspects of sexual health often make people feel uncomfortable or awkward. Across many cultures, reproductive health is considered an incredibly private matter or thought not to be...

Smart Cards are increasing health access for the urban extreme poor in Bangladesh

By Xueyuan Deng, Key Correspondent for the Irish Global Health Network Speaking at the 2019 Global Health Exchange Conference in Dublin, Md. Mosarouf Hossain, Programme Manager of PROSHOMON (Promoting Sustainable Health and Nutrition Opportunities for Marginalized Urban Extreme Poor Population) at Concern Worldwide,...

Mobile Healthcare: Enhancing Accessibility in Conflict-Ridden South Sudan

By Rosie Jervase, Key Correspondent for the Irish Global Health Network From 2013 onwards, the people of South Sudan have been strongly affected by an ongoing civil war. Persistent disputes between the government and opposing forces, tribal conflicts and failed peace agreements continue to drive this protracted conflict....

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