Pneumonia doesn’t have to be life-threatening. Still, this is one of the leading causes of illness and death in children under five years of age. Highly active antiretroviral therapy can prevent HIV-positive mothers from passing on the virus to their babies. However, not all get access to these drugs. How can we make sure that health workers provide life-saving health services for children?


These are amongst the topics discussed at the seminar Global Health Challenges, a joint effort by Chr. Michelsen Institute and the University of Bergen.


Delivering high quality health services for children: Implementation challenges

Infant feeding in the era of HIV:

Challenges in intervention research in Africa: HIV-related examples

Clinical trials on zinc nutrition and pneumonia in young South Asian children

Prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV in Tanzania:

Thriving in the face of adversity - Health promotion at the University of Bergen