Introducing Our Two Interns!
Happy holidays and happy new year 2017! It’s been a busy year for our team and we’ve got lots of updates to share. It’s been quiet on here for a... Read more
Progress So Far
We haven’t forgotten about our lovely backers! To update you on how things are going since last month, our team is currently accepting applications for the scholarship component of our... Read more
We're stretching! Let's support 1 intern at UNAIDS
Thanks to over 168 amazing backers, we're at 98% funded! Can you help us stretch by an additional £3500? With this money, we'll support an additional LMIC candidateto intern... Read more
Nepali nursing student on global health internship access: Sumitra
Sumitra is a Nepali community health nursing student who hopes to intern at the World Health Organization Headquarters and invest these skills back home to improve control of non communicable... Read more
Campaign Announcement: Collaboration with Child Family Health International!
We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be collaborating with a well-known US-based global health nonprofit, Child Family Health International (CFHI) in the delivery of the Equitable Access for Global Health... Read more
Introducing: 'The New Starter'
He's in a rush to get somewhere but will he make it?
Watch the thrilling advert for the Kickstarter Campaign that's challenging the status quo on international training opportunities for... Read more
A Video Message from Recent WHO-HQ Interns
Reporting from Geneva, Switzerland in today's update!
Some of the winter 2015 cohort of WHO-HQ interns have filmed a video message in support of our campaign. Their video speaks... Read more
Introducing Alicia: An Upper-Middle-Income WHO-HQ Intern
Alicia is from Mexico, an upper-middle-income country in AMRO, WHO's Americas Region. At first glance at the statistics (54% of WHO-HQ interns from AMRO) suggest that AMRO is entirely... Read more
Tune in! Radio Interview on Australia's 2ser
Our campaign, and the issues around fair global health internship access, were featured on the morning show of Australia's 2ser news and music radio channel. Listen to this 5 minute... Read more
When Global Health meets Reggae!
Check the sneak preview of our £10 reward with ska/reggae music partners Shanty!
All backers pledging greater than £10 get to download one of their free singles!
If you... Read more
Global Health Workforce Diversity: What About Interns?
We’ve been featured in the Child Family Health International Blog, an organization committed to developing and ensuring the diversity of the next generation of global health leaders. Alex Cheng, former... Read more
Introducing Laura: a middle-income country former WHO-HQ Intern
Laura is a general practitioner from Indonesia, a lower-middle-income country in WHO’s South-East Asia Region (SEARO). While SEARO bears 29% of the global burden of disease, only 4% of... Read more
Leadership 2030: Global health internships
"If today’s young people are already willing to take on issues proactively, free of self-interest and rooted in shared responsibility, we should be hopeful for the future: However formidable the... Read more
Introducing Rikesh: a high-income country former WHO-HQ Intern
Rikesh hails from the United Kingdom, a country located in Western Europe and a member of the G7 group of advanced economies. WHO-HQ interns from Europe made up 23%... Read more
We've been featured in the PLOS Medicine Blog!
Kaleem Hawa, Oluwaseyi Owaseye, Tara Kedia, and Ashton Barnett-Vanes comment on unequal access to global health career training opportunities in this weekend's PLOS Medicine Blog.
This graph from the blog... Read more