Innovation and research for a healthier world

Dr. Ebele Mogo

ERIM Consulting



Shaping investments in health and wellbeing with scientific insights.

︎ Developing the World Health Organization's Urban Health Research Agenda

Worked with the WHO to develop a coordinated and solution-oriented Urban Health Research Agenda to push for evidence-based solutions to disease prevention and health promotion in urban environments.
︎ An Evidence and Gap Map on Children’s Wellbeing

Conducted an evidence synthesis to create an Evidence and Gap Map (EGM) of “Inclusive Interventions for Children with Disabilities in LMICs”, to inform areas where investments for child wellbeing are needed.


Testing applications of science to public health gaps.

︎ User-Centered Mobile Health Initiatives to Promote Healthy Behaviours

This feasibility study takes a look at the development of the Jooay app for improving access to health-promoting opportunities for Canadian children with disabilities.

︎ Using Crowd-sourced Data to Inform Neighbourhood Investments for Health

Linked crowdsourced data from a digital listing of inclusive physical activity programmes in Canadian cities to data on neighbourhood-level deprivation, to explore the best ways to capture neighbourhood resources for wellbeing.

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About ERIM Consulting

ERIM Consulting enables public health impact using research and innovation. We support the development of products, services and policies to improve health and wellbeing.

How we support our clients

We provide support in the synthesis of evidence to inform public health  investments and decision-making. We also provide support in the design of initiatives and innovation processes in public health. Additionally, we provide support in the translation and mobilisation of knowledge to inform public health policy and practice.

About Dr. Ebele Mogo

Dr. Ebele Mogo has a wealth of experience in global health including work with policymakers, venture-funded start-ups, international organisations and grassroots organisations. She had worked in a wide range of contexts including Canada, Nigeria, Cameroon, Kenya, South Africa, the United States, England, Scotland, and Japan. She is well versed in the thematic areas of urban health, behaviour change, young people’s health, technology enabled health promotion, non-communicable disease prevention and planetary health.

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