Citizen Journalist: Ifunanya Ikhile

Youth Should Have a Seat at the Table

By Ifunanya Ikhile, Key Correspondent for the Irish Forum for Global Health   This statement was reiterated at the inaugural Youth Forum of the Human Resources for health Conference held at the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday, 14th November 2017. Students and young professionals from various...

Let’s Not Get Stuck on the Numbers

By Ifunanya Ikhile, Key Correspondent for the Irish Forum for Global Health   It is common knowledge now that there will be a huge shortfall of about 18 million health workers by the year 2030: the same year in which we hope to achieve universal health coverage. “This is despite an additional 40 million health...

HRHForum2017 Dublin Storytelling Night: Lives in their hands

By Ifunanya Ikhile, Key Correspondent for the Irish Forum for Global Health   In this time of global crisis, natural disasters, failing health systems, rising violent crime, and spreading disease, the world needs heroes. Storytelling, an Irish tradition, was used as powerful tool tonight to show how health workers...

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