Professional Resources

If you have other suggested sources please let us know in an email to hpforgh@gmail.com

1. Working abroad

2. Advocacy Groups 

3. Membership Organisations

4. News and newsletter sources

5. Charities

6. Journals

7. Data Sources

  • Demographic Health Survey provide data for a wide range of monitoring and impact evaluation indicators in the areas of population, health, and nutrition.

  • Population Reference Bureau (PRB) is an excellent source of population- related data relevant to global health.  The data bank includes many tables and graphs in downloadable Powerpoint files.

  • WorldMapper displays information in maps. World social, economic, health and other indicators are portrayed on global maps that reflect not the size of countries, but the relative size of their GDP, population, energy use, health indicators, etc.

8. Other

  • Eldis - an information gateway for development issues, linking to thousands of publications and news stories and websites. An good starting point for researching a topic in global health.

  • Global Atlas of Helminth Infections GAHI shows the geographical distribution of neglected tropical diseases transmitted by worms: soil-transmitted helminthiasis, schistosomiasis, and lymphatic filariasis. All GAHI resources are available on an open access basis 

  • International AIDS Economic Network The principal objective of the IAEN is to assist AIDS economists and policymakers in developing countries to interact more effectively with global colleagues to promote compassionate, cost-effective responses to the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.

  • The Global Fund partnership model is designed to promote innovative solutions to global health challenges. Countries take the lead in determining where and how to best fight AIDS, TB and malaria and The Global Fund raises the money.

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