Financial Times: global health failures represent a risk to all in our interconnected world

The Financial Times writes that global health failures represent a risk to all in our interconnected world. Taking the spread of Ebola as feature topic, they write that international leadership focuses on disease control without improving the health systems, which led to the rapid spread of Ebola. The article warns that governments, policymakers and donors […]

Read more
EGHRIN member AIGHD celebrates 10 years at the forefront of global health research

In the blink of an eye, 10 years have passed since Professor Joep Lange formally established the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development. What began as a small group of scientists has grown into a diverse, thriving interdisciplinary institute with expertise that spans across several faculties at the two Amsterdam universities. Since their first […]

Read more