Our latest blog posts
How biased are we?
Our Intern Helena takes us through the different kinds of biases that we face as individuals as well as an organization working in global health.
Human Rights in the Time of Corona
Amidst the social and political turmoil, the US also faces the highest number of Coronavirus cases worldwide. The virus is tearing through the US at an alarming rate, and with some cities poised to fully open this month, it raises cause for concern.
Covid-19 Impact series (II): Periods and Pandemics
COVID-19 and menstruation have more things in common than one would think! Read why COVID-19 puts the spotlight on existing inequalities and the fight for gender equity through good menstrual health.
Covid-19 Impact Series: Peter Waiswa on Maternal Health in Uganda
This new blog series will address indirect health impacts of Covid-19 in low and lower-middle income countries. Read our interview with public health expert Peter Waiswa about the pandemic impacts on maternal health in Uganda.
Did you know? Five untold facts about malaria
The 25th of April is World Malaria Day! On this occasion we decided to share with you five untold facts about this deadly and widespread disease. Read on to learn more about Malaria.
Why health care can only be achieved through climate action
In anticipation of Earth Day 2020, which will be celebrated next week, it’s a perfect occasion to discuss how climate action and safeguarding our planet’s health are necessary steps to achieve better human health.
Re-launching the SOGH Blog!
Dear readers, welcome to the SOGH blog! Whether you found your way here intentionally or stumbled across it, we are glad you did. And you made it just in time for the complete makeover! Find out what to expect from our re-vamped blog and you won’t want to miss out on visiting us often!