Global Health

In our age of globalisation, health is one of the foremost challenges facing humanity. Fighting disease, advocating for wellbeing, and implementing strategies for good health throughout the world is one of the most important missions’ humanity will undertake this century. With modern medicines, scientific research, communication and technology, international aid and with a collaborative approach to global health, it is fully achievable.

public-icon

Recent epidemics such as the COVID 19 virus have thrust Global Health into the political and public limelight. The call for integrated and equitable global health has increased because the pandemic transcended national borders and affected the global economy in a way unprecedented for generations. The upheaval caused by COVID 19 has consequently mobilised a call for change amongst many intergovernmental organisations, corporations and across civil society.

Global disease prevention and immunisation, health system strengthening, human nutrition, water and sanitation, animal and environmental health, social damage by international politics, noncommunicable diseases and mental health issues remain key issues, and whilst it may seem overwhelming, individual and collective action can make global change.

View Our Corporate Book

download
view online

Red Sea is fully aligned with the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and works to place local and global leaders in health. Our work with clients in nutrition, water and sanitation, and disease stems includes placing leaders in Africa for Malaria, to leadership in the Ebola crisis, to nutrition and humanitarian aid. We also work with large philanthropic foundations and corporation’s intent on addressing the global health challenges.

go back to sectors page

Our Clients

Industry Insights

Can COVAX ensure equitable access to the covid-19 vaccine for developing countries?

A Pandemic knows no borders: the danger of Vaccine Nationalism At the beginning of 2020, most of the world fought to control the rise of Covid-19 infections. It quickly became

Can COVAX ensure equitable access to the covid-19 vaccine for developing countries?

A Pandemic knows no borders: the danger of Vaccine Nationalism At the beginning of 2020, most of the world fought to control the rise of Covid-19 infections. It quickly became

The U.S leaves the Paris agreement for 77 days – What Biden’s victory means for the environment.

On the 5th of November 2020, the United States officially left the Paris Agreement. Joe Biden immediately tweeted his intention to return to the agreement as soon as possible meaning

Women’s key role in peacebuilding – The potted timeline of success and failure following resolution 1325.

Women do not instigate wars yet suffer disproportionately from the consequences of conflict. They are more likely to suffer sexual violence, poverty and discrimination. After the resolute efforts to elevate