‘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 […]
‘Aid Works’ – Relevant Materials around Ireland’s Overseas Aid and making development programmes, projects and partnerships work.
No Child Out of Reach – calling for immediate action to end the global health worker crisis New report released today (19 September) by Save the Children
The Lancet have launched a Global Health Portal!
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IFGH: Dialogue on Diarrhoea: Hygiene, Sanitation and Water: Forgotten Foundations of Health
The Irish Forum for Global Health launched its new series of Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½Health DialoguesÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ on 16th June 2010, bringing together over 30 participants from various backgrounds including health and development-related international NGOs, the health service, staff and students in higher education and research institutions, and others interested in global health.
In July/August 2010, IFGH carried out a short member survey. The results of the survey give a clear view of the expertise and experience of the members as well as a better understanding of what services and activities they would like to see.