Global child health programmes

We help improve child health worldwide, with cost effective, high impact programmes. We work with our membership of experienced paediatricians and other child health professionals as well as partner organisations.

Our new podcast with RCPCH Global Officer, Dr Sue Broster

"We're really seeing our membership say is there something that we should be doing more loudly, more vociferously in a really constructive way, through global health as much as we're doing in other areas?" Sue speaks with our Head of Global Operations Seb Taylor on our new podcast.

Listen here or wherever you find your podcasts.

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Supporting Ukraine

Following the ongoing violence and attacks on Ukraine, we've developed a live member briefing on what we are doing, activity you may wish to consider and clinical support and guidance.

In the last years, we've grown significantly, expanding the scale of our work. And, we've consolidated our strategy to focus on improving quality of clinical care for children in hospitals and health centres.
We work with local partners, ministries of health and international development agencies in a wide range of low- and middle-income settings - with programmes in Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Myanmar, Nepal and Lebanon.
We support health systems strengthening in countries across the world, using clinicians' expertise to advise on programme strategy and directly mentor local health workers. We've also developed in-person and online courses and resources to support clinicians working in these settings.

‘They are out, we are not.’ How overseas aid changed child health in Sierra Leone

The loss of funding because of the Overseas Development Assistance cuts in summer 2021 stalled a valuable programme. On RCPCH Insight, our blog at Medium, Dickya Labicane, Dr Alexandra Pledge and Dr Andrew McArdle spoke about the impact that programmes funded by overseas aid can have for infants, children and young people in developing countries, as well as how that impact carries back to the NHS.

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