Young people make up a large part of the world’s population and constitute a needed,…
The 3rd place winner of the 2020 Eye on Global Health Writing Competition rethinks our relationship with nature in light of COVID-19.
The 2nd place winner of the 2020 Eye on Global Health writing competition explores the meaning and future of global health in light of COVID-19.
The 1st place winner of the 2020 Eye on Global Health Writing Competition explores the current context and many unknowns of Covid-19 in Guinea-Bissau.
Sexual transmission is increasing in Iran’s growing HIV/AIDS epidemic. Lack of adequate sex education, social stigma and suppressed sexual autonomy are some of the elements featuring the country’s current health landscape.
How are we responsible for the field of Global Health as individuals? Performance artist Precy Numbi blurs the boundaries between reality and imagination, prompting a dialogue on collective responsibility, vulnerability and protection. This article reflects on what his work can mean for all of us passionate about Global Health
Gender is a crucial determinant of health. Emergency situations have the potential to reinforce deep-established structural gender inequalities. In our latest article, Kate Vanderbraak reflects on previous epidemics as well as COVID-19-borne implications for women across the world.
Health corruption deteriorates health care systems worldwide. How is it presented in our everyday practice, and what is its impact on patients’ and populations’ health? In this article, I share how corruption arises in the Mexican healthcare system along with its consequences.
Thousands of young migrants have returned to The Gambia in the past three years after the political transformation of the country. With new expectations of democracy and youth employment opportunities, experiences of returning from the Backway journey can be difficult to navigate.
COVID-19 has made clear that high income countries might not be the best equipped to face epidemics. Countries like Rwanda have shown how early action and comprehensive prevention strategies are key in minimising the number of deaths from COVID-19.