The SIGHT Fellows Programme promotes a global transformation for health by linking various disciplines and actors to the global health field, addressing complex planetary and human challenges, in low and lower-middle income countries.
The second cohort includes ten Fellows of seven nationalities (Nepal, Iran, India, Spain, UK, USA and Sweden) from six Swedish universities. They have begun their joint journey contributing to global health by interlinking their expertise on climate and environment, peace and conflict, and child health. The result will be interdisciplinary global health actions while connecting to global health actors, as they advance evidence-informed policy supporting the implementation of the UN 2030 Agenda.
Fellows get to build networks with global health actors from all sectors and understand their role and work, bridging collaboration between sectors and informing policy development. With training in intersectoral action, they learn how diverse sectors can intentionally shape new ways of collaborating and learning to transform situations and achieve shared goals.
They are also engaged in interdisciplinary global health projects, including scientific articles, and participate and run sessions at global health conferences, such as the Development Research Conference (DevRes) 2022 and the Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) 2023.
Fellows work in parallel as change agents, reviewing their university home institutions’ strategies and policies to address steps in facilitating interdisciplinary global health work on a larger scale within and between universities.
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By equipping Fellows with knowledge and networks they can exchange, learn and grow, to lead research with an impact