The Indigo doctoral programme is run through the International Doctorate School in Global Health, which comprises all the partner institutions contributing to the programme.
Partners include universities, research centres and civil society organisations in the field of global health. Coordination of the programme is provided by the Centre for Global Health (Dublin), and the HSRC (Pretoria).
Indigo Country Committees will be established to support the programme in Malawi, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Uganda, consisting of academics, practitioners, policy makers, representative of civil society groups and other interested parties
Indigo International Doctoral School Meeting on Friday 28th May 2010 in Trinity College Dublin
Pictured (left to right)
Front Row: Indigo Students: Amarch Obse, Vincent Jumbe, Camille Boostrom, Richard Mugambe
2nd Row: Alastair Ager (Columbia University, US), Peter Baguma (Makerere University, Uganda), Nazarius Tumwesigwe (Makerere University, Uganda), Carel Ijsselmuiden (COHRED, Switzerland), Joseph Mfutso Bengo (University of Malawi), Nonie Gaynor (Trinity College)
3rd Row: Malcolm MacLachlan (Trinity College), Damen Haile Mariam (Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia), Edward Lahiff (Trinity College Dublin), Femi Omololu (Ibadan University, Nigeria), Joseph Rhatigan (Harvard School of Medicine, US).
Indigo Students pictured while studying at Columbia University, New York.
Pictured (left to right): Indigo Programme Director, Prof. Malcolm MacLachlan, Richard Mugambe, Prof. Alastair K. Ager, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, Amarech Obse and Vincent Jumbe