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Jovita Kakia Amurwon is a PhD student at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, and a guest PhD student at CIH, University of Bergen.
In 3 filmed interviews spanning over 30 years, Neurologist and Researcher, William Howlett reflects on the on-going HIV epidemic, from the first documented case to the situation today.
CIH PhD Candidate, David Rutagwera, aims to reduce infections caused by HIV shed in breastmilk to as close to 0% as possible, so that every child can begin life without the HIV+ burden.
PhD candidate Josephine Tumuhamye uses her laboratory skills to study how mothers might be implicated in neonatal infections.
William Howlett is a Visiting Researcher at CIH. Based in northern Tanzania for much of his medical and research career, he is renowned for his commitment and dedication to improving health in Tanzania, and beyond.
The latest English language UiB Magazine is now published with input from IGS, CIH and CISMAC!
While Norway has marked the 40 year anniversary for the Abortion Law and we read news about the referendum in Ireland on the question of women's right to arbortion, anthropologist Marte Haaland is doing her fieldwork on abortion in Zambia.
2017 was a year filled with changes for CIH – but the Centre’s vision remains constant: CIH’s research and education in Global Health will contribute to improved health for the poorer populations of the world.
Professor Bjarne Robberstad at the University of Bergen is leading a project that tries to find out if preventive malaria treatment after hospitalization can save the lives of children.
Women Deliver is committed to making their conferences accessible to people across all geographies, ages, and backgrounds.
The research process can be arduous, but few projects are also beset by as many natural disasters as the Peanut butter - B12 study by CIH researcher, Tor Strand, and colleagues in Nepal.
Article by Katerini T. Storeng, Jennifer Palmer, Judith Daire and Maren O. Kloster
Professors from CIH and colleagues presented a workshop addressing most of the indicators from Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
Two researchers from Bergen were involved in a project evaluating women´s perception, utilization and experience of a professional midwifery service in rural Afghanistan in the time around childbirth.
All courses are in July and August 2018. The application deadline is April 1.
The Centre for International Health at the University of Bergen offers a Master Degree in Global Health.
Large-scale and long-term, RCTs can, in turn, generate further research projects and capacity-strengthening opportunities.
Commentary by Andrea Melberg, Kristine Husøy Onarheim, Astrid Onarheim Spjeldnæs, Ingrid Miljeteig

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