Our vision

A connected and empowered next generation in Global Health

Our mission

We engage and mobilize the community of emerging Global Health professionals from different cultures and backgrounds to exchange expertise, skills and opportunities.

Our values

Innovative approach to empower the next generation

Transparency within and outside the network

A shared voice in partnerships

Respect of the wishes and needs of our members

Interprofessional and intergenerational collaboration

Equal opportunities for all of our members

Our objectives

Visibilize possible career paths in Global Health and interconnect professionals

Enhance skills sharing and collaborate to strengthen our professional soft skills

Raise awareness on neglected Global Health topics and improve access to debate topics and advocate.

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Know the stories of other Global Health professionals

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Stay tuned to participate in events that will bring together global health students and professionals.

We organise webinars, hangouts and conferences.

Global Health Next Generation Network Hangouts


You can write a post, get interviewed and tell us your career story, organise a Global Health activity or even be a part of our team!


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Surgical Need in LMICs: The Hidden Burden

With this rapid shift of global disease burden to injuries and non-communicable diseases (NCDs), it remains important and necessary to turn global health attention towards developing intervention programmes and implementation strategies in prevention, early detection and timely intervention. However, there is still an enormous gap in the treatment options because only limited attention is being focused on surgical, obstetrical and anesthesia care, particularly in the context of low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Despite the obvious need, there is presently no coordinated research or funding strategy to support the development of surgical and trauma care in LMICs, as opposed to the strategies that exist for infectious burdens such as HIV, TB and/or malaria.

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