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2024 IHP Correspondents

The 2024 call for IHP Correspondents was released as part of the IHP Network initiative to provide an opportunity to young researchers and other change agents 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. There are 4 correspondents in total this year.

Cesar Vargas

MD; Independent VBHC consultant & EV4GH 2020 alumnus.

Fabu Moses

Fabu is a medical doctor by profession and public health specialist whose passion is ensuring community empowerment and health equity across disciplines. She is a consultant in the Communicable Diseases and Environmental Determinants of Health Unit at the Pan American Health Organization/ World Health Organization, Guyana where she provides technical support, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation for malaria, one health and infectious disease elimination initiatives.

Ghislaine Ouedraogo-Ametchie

MPP; Social Scientist at the Pan-African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA); Qualitative Researcher at Malaria Modelling Lab at Northwestern University; and Stakeholder Engagement Lead at Project Last Mile. Founding Member, Pan African Women in Health (PAWH).

Ismael Kawooya

Ismael Kawooya works with the Centre for Rapid Evidence synthesis in Uganda, where he coordinates the implementation of evidence-informed decision-making mechanisms to improve access to evidence in a timely manner for policies and decisions. Specifically, his work contextualizes and evaluates rapid knowledge translation methods in a low-income setting.