Become a Sponsor of IGHN

March 28, 2022


IGHN events provide an excellent opportunity to help maximise Ireland’s contribution to a world in which all people of all ages can achieve and sustain good health and well-being. We are working towards a better tomorrow and our events provide a unique opportunity to get involved in the pressing issues related to global health. They focus on topics such as HIV and AIDS; mental health; maternal and child health; climate change and the environment; equitable access to vaccines; water and sanitation; obesity and non-communicable disease along with other areas of intervention.

We provide tailor-made packages for sponsors at all levels of support. Learn more about how you can participate and support the IGHN event portfolio as an individual or organisation.

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We are pleased to offer a sponsorship opportunity for the Irish Global Health Network’s ‘Global Imbalance and Social Inclusion’ Conference in autumn, 2022. Through our conference, we aim to raise funds to enable us to continue to facilitate learning, connecting, influencing, and engaging with individuals and institutions within the global health community in Ireland and worldwide, and to offer the highest quality global health events.

The conference is an unparalleled opportunity to position the work of your organisation at the forefront of global health activity across the world. Our team has extensive experience in managing both in-person and online events for diverse, international audiences in the global health sector. Over the past two years alone, IGHN has hosted 40+ live web events with over 120 leading Irish and international speakers and with 25,000+ viewers. Our events and conferences have attracted audiences from 80+ countries. This year’s conference will utilise a hybrid model, with a mix of online attendees and face-to-face delegates at Trinity College Dublin. This will allow for increased attendance and reduced carbon footprint from travel to the event.

The sponsorship will contribute towards the following costs associated with the conference:

  • IGHN staffing capacity to coordinate, host and facilitate pre and post conference tasks,
  • Venue for the face-to face element,
  • Digital technology to support the online portion of the conference,
  • CPD accreditation for the conference, and
  • Support the presence and activities of students and young professionals at the conference.

This opportunity will allow you to reach out to the delegates and speakers and enhance your visibility through a range of engagement and promotional opportunities including:

  • Recognition in newsletter to 2000+ viewers,
  • Inclusion of logo in weekly event blasts on social media to over 8,000 followers,
  • Inclusion of logo and company mentions in all promotional material and social media (8000+ followers) including tickets, in-event signage, posters, event programme,
  • Logo on conference webpage,
  • Organisation logo/name recognised as a sponsor in post-event “thank you” correspondence with participants,
  • Opportunity to share online reports and resources in our welcome pack which will be shared with all delegates,
  • Opportunity to promote your organisation to talented students and young professionals.

Learn more about the conference, themes, and our current partners here

The success we have enjoyed in hosting events has led to wide recognition among our peers about the success and wide reach of our international events. Our two-day flagship global health conference held in the Autumn is currently the only global health conference held in Ireland. If you would like to get involved in participating in or sponsoring our conference in October, please reach our to team at the following email: for
further information.


The IGHN podcast series is an interview series and archive of personal testimonies from some of Ireland’s leading global health influencers including doctors, ambassadors, campaign advocates, activists, and media personalities who are leading the charge in their respective fields. To participate or support our Global health Podcast series, please reach out to


The IGHN Student Outreach Team was formed to give students a stronger voice in the IGHN. It is composed of a group of current students and recent graduates of courses related to global health and development across nine universities in Ireland.

This group allows the students to contribute new and innovative ideas, helps ensure that the IGHN is meeting student needs, and provides members with exciting opportunities and connections in the field of global health. We
also run a student podcast series, a series by students for students which focuses on the experiences of early-career professionals and undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students focused on global health.

To foster creative and innovative thinking and develop a sustainable outlook among students, we will be conducting a “National Debate” in 2022 for which we are welcoming sponsors. To participate or support our Student Outreach Team, please reach out to


Our experienced team helps provide technical and strategic support for the organisation for both online and in-person events. We have 20 years of experience managing diverse, international audiences in the global healthcare sector. We provide support in pre- and post-event management, advertising, and coordination of participants of 500+ attendees. If you require event support, please reach out to


As part of our mission to constantly drive awareness within the Global Health community, host a number of fledgling organisations on the domain including: Women in Global Health Ireland; Doctors for Vaccine Equity; and the Ireland Africa Alliance for NCDs.

The Global Health Incubator for those working in the health sector to work towards overcoming common challenges experienced by start-up organisations. We support them with: hosting events; building an online presence; and growing to connect with a wider audience. If you are interested in our incubator service, please reach out to



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