​Resources

Foundational Documents

The Institute has developed two reports for public use to provide valuable information to all internal and external stakeholders.

1. Harnessing AKU's Capacities: This report provides a background information on the Institute, AKU's work history in relevant thematic areas, and our findings from AKU wide consultations and surveys conducted to establish the Institute. 

2. Working Directories of Potential Partners and Funders: Working on pressing global health challenges requires interdisciplinary and collaborative work. This report is supported by two directories to support outreach and engagement to relevant partners and funders.

The directories are "living documents" and if you have any comments or suggestions, please contact us so we can improve our database. 


Recordings: Inaugural Webinar Series

Women​​​ in Science and Gender Equity​

August 23, 2021​​

 

The Impact of Conflict on Global Health and Vulnerable Popoulations

​June 4, 2021

 


Achieving the SDGs: Has COVID-19 made this impossible?

March 9, 2021​

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​Water and Global Health: Complexities and Challenges 

February 17, 2021​


Women in Science and Global Health

November 25, 2020

  


Agriculture, Nutrition and Food Systems

October 28, 2020

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Climate Change, Health and Development

September 14, 2020

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​More Features

​Watch Dr. Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Founding Director, Institute for Global Health and Development, as he discusses the importance of climate change and its consequences on health, specific climate change disasters, key populations affected by these​, and strategies to tackle these problems.​​​​

 


​Marleen Temmerman, Director at the Centre for Women and Child Health, is an advocate for the rights of women and children. In addition to her academic work, she has worked in collaboration with organizations such as the UN, the European Union, the African Union, and more. In this video, she discusses some of the health consequences of ine​quality experienced by women and children.