ARCH - A Research Collaborative for Global Health Equity

ARCH (Alliance for Research and Equity in Global Health)
ARCH (Alliance for Research and Equity in Global Health)

Dr. Luc Malemo

Dr. Malemo is a general surgeon working at the HEAL Africa hospital of Goma in the Demographic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Currently, Dr. Malemo is the Director of the Surgical Training Program under the umbrella of the College of Surgeons of the Eastern, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA) in the DRC.

Dr. Katemanee Moonpanane

Dr. Moonpanane is currently working as an assistant professor at Mae Fat Luang University in Thailand and she is interested in studying children with special health care needs. She is committed to enhancing health status and quality of life among paediatric patients and families in Thailand. In addition, Dr. Moonpanane  consistently works to apply her knowledge and skills from previous work experiences to provide high-quality nursing care, disease prevention, and health promotion.

Dr. Ariuntuya Sakhiya 

Dr. Sakhiya currently works as the head of the Statistics and Information Division of Ulaanbaatar City Health Department in Mongolia. She's published various articles and research on the topics of Health Statistics, Health Inequities, Reproductive Health, and more.

Dr. Supaporn Trongsakul

Assistant Professor of Public health, School of Health Science, Mae Fah Luang University,Thailand. Dr. Trongsakul's research interests include health promotion and mental health. 

Dr. Enkh-Oyun Tsogzolbaatar MD, PhD

Dr. Tsogzolbaatar is currently a lecturer in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics within the School of Public Health at Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences. She is working on research that surrounds “Non-communicable disease prevalence and risk factors in Mongolian people” and has published 6 articles in international peer-review journals as a first author. 

Dr. Dédé Watchiba

Dr. Watchiba is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and currently works as a professor of political science at the University of Kinshasa.