These organizations are serving as partners to develop and test the curriculum and content:
In addition several units in the Gillings School of Global Public Health are partners in the Center for Global Learning.
Accordia Global Health Foundation and its partners are working to create a vibrant, healthy Africa where every individual can thrive. Accordia, is committed to working with Africa's medical schools to develop individual and institutional leadership that will transform the health landscape in Africa.
Engineering World Health is a non-profit organization that mobilizes the biomedical engineering community to improve the quality of health care in hospitals that serve resource-poor communities of the developing world. With this professional expertise, they install donated and newly-designed medical equipment, carry out repairs and build local capacity to manage and maintain the equipment. Engineering World Health also harnesses the resources of collegiate engineering programs through a network of university-based chapters and contract with Duke University to manage a summer program that sends student biomedical engineers to developing country hospitals where they repair broken equipment.
Headquartered in Washington, DC, Futures Group, the global health consulting firm, has worked over the past 40 years in more than 100 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe on more than 600 projects, and is currently running projects in over 35 countries with more than 400 staff worldwide.
IntraHealth has served the public health needs of developing countries for almost 30 years, and has worked in more than 50 countries, with the support of the U.S. Government, foundations, corporations and individuals. IntraHealth's expertise lies in three key areas of health care: improving policies and systems for a strong workforce, supporting providers to succeed and extending health services to communities.
The US branch of Plan International, Plan is one of the world's largest development organizations in the world. Plan supports work in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean to bring lasting improvement to the lives of children in need in 48 developing countries. Child sponsorship is the foundation of our organization. Plan has roughly one million sponsors in 17 donor countries helping over one million children all over the world, together with their families and communities.
Founded in 1983, GRAVIS is a development organization working for the empowerment of the Thar Desert communities in India. GRAVIS is based on the Gandhian philosophy of self-reliance and works toward the rehabilitation of drought affected and marginalized rural communities, enabling village ownership and control over its environment, institutions, and relations.
A dynamic Cambodian learning organization focusing on capacity development. VBNK works with a wide range of civil society, public and private sector organizations to promote effective contributions to sustainable social development.
The State of Iowa's Department of Public Health (IDPH) works to protect and promote the health of Iowans by partnering with local public health, policymakers, health care providers, business and many others.
|Last updated January 27, 2012|