Global Health Focus Days (Utsatt)
Thursday, March 26.
Panel discussion
Friday, March 27.
Meet our speakers
Rob Mather
Founder and CEO of Against Malaria Foundation
Rob's business background is in strategy consulting, event management and publishing. He studied at Cambridge University (chemical engineering) and has an MBA from Harvard.
He loves all sport and loves to run, cycle, ski and mountain climb.
Aida Alonzo
Project development officer at Development media international
Aida studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Oxford and has extensive volunteer experience in Ecuador and the UK. She joined DMI from Pepal, an NGO focused on public health in developing countries, where she spent two years working on projects in Uganda, Tanzania and Myanmar.
Joey Savoie
Joey Savoie is the co-founder of Charity Science, a nonprofit that has multiple projects running under it, including Charity Entrepreneurship. He has spoken at conferences in England, Switzerland, Canada, and the US. Joey has a background in impact evaluation and communications.
Arden Koehler
Research Analyst at 80,000 Hours
Arden describes herself as a writer and researcher in the academic philosophy and effective altruism communities. She is dedicated to producing research that is rigorous, thoughtful, and useful.
Paul Richard Fife
Director of Norad
The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) is a directorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Norad works to ensure effective foreign aid, with quality assurance and evaluation. Norad finances NGOs and does its own research and projects.
Karolina Sarek
Co-founder and Director of Research at Charity Entrepreneurship
Karolina leads the research team, aiming to find the most evidence-based, cost-effective and neglected interventions, and train others in starting high impact charities to implement them.
She also serves as a Fund Manager at EA Animal Welfare Fund.

Terje Eikmo
Terje Andreas Eikemo is a professor of Sociology at the department of Sociology and Political Science, at NTNU. He is the leader of the Centre for Global Health Inequalities Research (CHAIN) at NTNU, which aims at monitoring, explaining and reducing inequalities in health in all world regions together with partners in academia, policy, practice and the private sector.
Øystein Samnøen
Country Director of Sightsavers Norway
Øystein will be here from Sightsavers Norway to talk about innovation in ??. Sightsavers is an international non-governmental organisation that works with partners in developing countries to treat and prevent avoidable blindness, and promote equality for people with visual impairments and other disabilities.
Eirin Evjen
Executive Director of Effective Altruism Norway
Eirin has a master's graduate in technology and science studies, with a specialisation in artificial intelligence policy. She is currently working as the executive director of Effective Altruism Norway and is a part of the norweigan council for digital ethics (NORDE).
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