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2020 IHP Correspondents

The 2020 call for IHP Correspondents was released as part of the IHP Network initiative to provide an opportunity to young researchers from different regions and continents to contribute to the global health policy & HPSR discourse and participate in setting the agenda, by sharing their ideas and opinions in the form of blogs and featured articles.
The following 5 people were selected as IHP Correspondents for 2020:

Albino Kalolo

MD; Lecturer and researcher in Public Health , St. Francis University College of Health and Allied Sciences in Ifakara, Tanzania; GHES Fogarty Global Health Fellow at the University of California Berkeley. East African correspondent. 

Nsisong Asanga

A field epidemiologist, global health physician and chess master. She lives in Nigeria with her family. You can follow her on Twitter @NcBassey Correspondent for Nigeria.

Phumudzo Mufamadi

MSc in Development Economics. Interested in Development, Global Health Financing, International Relations and Agriculture.  Correspondent for South Africa.

Shubha Nagesh

Medical doctor by training and further specialized in Global Health from Karolinska Institutet as an Erasmus Mundus Scholar. An Atlantic Fellow for Global Health Equity, she works for children with developmental disabilities in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, and is striving to make childhood disability a global health story.  South-Asia correspondent.

Stuti Chakraborty

Currently an intern at Christian Medical College, Vellore. She is also a country representative for Healthcare Information for All; part of the SDG 3 (Good Health for All) working group for the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth; a country correspondent for YourCommonwealth; a member of the Global Healthcare Workforce Network and part of Global Changemakers (GCM). In her work, she advocates for young people's health with special focus on the rights of people with disabilities.   Correspondent for India.