Swedish Organization for Global Health


Our mission is to channel youth passion and talent to create a positive change in people’s health, from raising awareness about global health to improving the quality and accessibility of health care in low-income settings


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OPEN CALL: Oral Health Prevention

Our Tanden Frisk project aims to help prevent and control oral hygiene diseases and conditions by raising awareness and providing knowledge among socioeconomically deprived groups in Sweden. Through this project we want to create a community interested in these topics and start a series of discussion around global oral health.

So, if you want to become part of an engaging community, please contact Tanden Frisk () and let us know about you!


This was Global Health Night 2021: Can technology be a force for good in improving planetary health?

Global Health Night and SIGHT Award 2021 aspired to keep momentum following the recent COP26 and discussed whether technology could be a force for good in improving planetary health. Today’s post gives you a wrap-up and the main conclusions of this stimulating event.

SOGH’s mission on planetary health

Without a healthy planet, we cannot have a healthy human population. SOGH as an organization is dedicated to contributing to planetary health and in today’s blog post our environmental sustainability manager Chrisitina shares with us SOGH’s position and actions on the topic.

Moms’ Gums Matter – Oral Health Blog Series (3)

Tanden Frisk is back with the third part of our Oral Health Blog Series. Today, we spotlight women’s oral health during pregnancy, the specific causes, and risks of periodontal diseases.


Swedish Organization for Global Health (SOGH) is a Swedish non-profit and non-governmental organization comprised  of students and young professionals who share a passion to contribute to global health through evidence-based action. Together with our local and international partners, we engage in conversations with local communities to co-develop projects that bring a concrete positive change and take environmental and economic sustainability into account . While supporting projects both in Sweden and in low-income countries, we use our virtual and physical platforms to bring awareness about some of the most neglected health topics, such as women’s reproductive health.


Since 2014 SOGH  works in collaboration with local leaders and in partnership with Uganda Development and Health Associates (UDHA) to provide effective support to women and infants during pregnancy and after childbirth in the Mayuge District in Southeastern Uganda where 1 in 49 women die from pregnancy and childbirth-related causes.
Ekibadha: Our periods matter is a project on menstrual health in Uganda. Menstruation is still a taboo that effects the health of people who menstruate all around the world. In partnership with our longterm partner UDHA and ARCHIVE Global, SOGH has conducted a pilot study among girls and women in the Mayuge District in Southeastern Uganda.
Tanden Frisk is a project aiming at educating both children and parents, especially from socioeconomically deprived areas in Stockholm, in oral health care. Studies show a continuing inequality regarding oral health and caries frequency based on socioeconomic factors. This inequality is something that Tanden Frisk works to diminish though workshops.


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