EG Justice proudly announces the Dr. Mansogo Aló Health & Human Rights Fellowship honoring the life of physician and activist Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo Aló.
With backing from the Mansogo Aló family and funding from private donors, the fellowship will support the development and execution of projects addressing health-related disparities and human rights violations in Equatorial Guinea. Applications are welcome from advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, professionals, community leaders, and human rights activists from all countries.
The fellowship will be awarded to individuals who passionately defend human rights and who are engaged in work related to public health, human rights, or social justice. The Fellow will spend three months developing a project of their design or working on a project that addresses a priority area of need determined in collaboration with EG Justice.
The fellowship will provide funding for travel to Equatorial Guinea where the Fellow will advance collaborative projects, engage in community-based work, or facilitate forums related to their subject area. Applicants must be proficient in speaking and writing in Spanish and English and be available to travel to Equatorial Guinea and live there for part or all of the fellowship. Fellowships will be awarded competitively to qualified applicants.
To be considered for the Dr. Mansogo Aló Health & Human Rights Fellowship, the online application should be completed through EG Justice’s portal, by March 15, 2023.
For more information about the fellowship and the application process please visit the information page.