5 Years of SOGH: Interview with Co-founder Clara Fischer

Clara, Sergio, and Sanni in Uganda in 2014 It’s a late September afternoon and I’m sitting at a café in the heart of Stockholm. Swedish Organization for Global Health, SOGH, has recently turned five years old (!!) and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than... read more


Profile Uche Intern Uche is currently undergoing an internship at SOGH, having recently finished his Master’s Programme in Public Health at Umeå University International School of Public Health in Sweden. Uche has a background in medicine. He is a Medical Doctor who... read more

Join our team!

We are looking for new team members based in Stockholm for the following roles (part-time on a voluntary basis): – Events manager – Program director for the Maama Project – Communications manager – Internships coordinator – Fundraising... read more

Profile: Jairus Mwase

This week we want to introduce a central member in our UDHA team, Jairus Mwase. Jairus is not only important in his role as field officer at UDHA but also invaluable in bridging the organization with the community. With his background in social work, and good people... read more

Training for community linkage facilitators

On Thursday, Amrita and I were going to sit in on the first day out of a three day long training for CLIF: community linkage facilitators, a project aiming at creating a link between the villages and the health system. The training was organized by Uganda Development... read more

Tuesday: Field day for MAAMA project

At eight in the morning our interpreters Ritah and Tinah, five of our team and the driver Abu set off on the dusty red dirt roads towards Bulondo village. For me (Tessa) it was the first time going to the field. I was impressed with all the sugarcane and banana... read more

Peer training for HIV/AIDS prevention in Uganda

We (Linn and Hedvig) are both interested in reproductive health and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). We were therefore happy when we got the opportunity to go away for one week to experience how UDHA (Ugandan Development and Health Associates- the... read more

Uganda: first field day

The ride to the village was quite bumpy and I’ll be the first one to admit I was a bit scared that we would hit one of the many goats or cows that kept crossing the road. Arriving at the Maina village, Marjan and I went to the clinic to look for mothers who... read more

Update from Uganda

We’re finally here in Uganda! It was a long 24-hour journey for most of us who left on the evening of June 13th, but 2 flights and a 5-hour minivan ride later, we checked into the Mwana Highway Hotel around 6pm. Darkness was just falling over the little town of... read more

Introducing our team in Uganda

We would like to introduce our team that traveled to Uganda this week and will spend the next month in Iganga and Mayuge. During their time in Uganda, the team will collect data in order to evaluate our Maama Project and conduct a needs assessment on maternal mental... read more
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