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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Our team on the war in Ukraine:

“It goes without saying that we, the SOGH team, are against this war, as we are against any violent conflict that is happening in the world right now. We stand in solidarity with all the people affected by the war in Ukraine, from the Ukrainian citizens who are fleeing their home country to the Russians who are experiencing hate, and abuse by their own government. We also stand with all those people who were discriminated against at the Ukrainian boulders.”


The Refugee (Health) Crisis

Last June 20th, the globe celebrated World Refugee Day—highlighting the international need to constantly improve how refugees are treated all around the world. Exactly one week after, we at the Swedish Organization for Global Health would like to continue shedding light on the harsh realities that refugees, and their overall health, face during their entire refuge-seeking journey.

Midwives in Public Health: Barriers, Gaps and Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes

  Overview Many of the targets of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 are concerned with reproductive, maternal and child healthcare. Sexual and reproductive health is directly related to multiple human rights,...

Environmental Health Promotion — What Can I Do?

The Health Promotion Report Swedish Organization for Global Health's recently released Health Promotion Report was developed to emphasize the current global health challenges that pose a significant threat to both the...


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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