In honour of World Tuberculosis Day, the Irish Forum for Global Health has created this handy infographic, with facts and figures on this leading infectious killer.
Global Health Writes Citizen Journalist: Richeal Nic An Ri Here in an energetic atmosphere and a full house of eager students, exhibitors and teachers from all over Ireland—yes, it is the BT 2015 Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS)! Now in its prime 51st year of exhibition, it is one of the […]
The International Conference is less than a month away! In case you were on the fence about attending what is going to be an amazing conference. Chiedza McClean, one of our professional interns has put together a short video clip about the conference. This is a quick video to give a little bit more […]
Reducing violence against women – SASA! Recent results from the groundbreaking study on the SASA! (meaning ‘Now’ in Kiswahili) approach have been extremely positive, showing reductions in intimate partner violence (IPV), as well as marked shifts towards non-acceptance of IPV, and increasing respect for women’s sexual autonomy. SASA! is a collaboration between the London School […]
Irish Aid White Paper: IFGH consultation and submission on health Click here to have your say!
At TEDxChange, Melinda Gates makes a provocative case for nonprofits taking a cue from corporations such as Coca-Cola, whose plugged-in, global network of marketers and distributors ensures that every remote village wants — and can get — a Coke. Why shouldn’t this work for condoms, sanitation, vaccinations too?
Why hasn’t the world embraced early childhood development?
HIV is a serious problem in the DR Congo, and aid agencies have flooded the country with free and cheap condoms. But few people are using them. Why? “Reformed marketer” Amy Lockwood offers a surprising answer that upends a traditional model of philanthropy. (Some NSFW images.)