The School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen (UC) coordinates and improves health research and training at the University. In collaboration with local and global partners, it promotes health and development by research and evidence based interventions to address major health problems affecting low and middle income countries. The school provides the framework for collaborative, interdisciplinary, cross-faculty research and educational activities locally, with a constantly updated global perspective.
Muhimbili University of Health & Allied Sciences (MUHAS) is the premier Institution of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania. The University enjoys the reputation of being the first, large and well resourced public University training health professionals in the country. Its' wide range of undergraduate and graduate academic programmes are taught in the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Public Health and Social Sciences and the Institutes of Allied Health Sciences and Traditional Medicine.
DevelopmentAid is a an online platform which unites over 75,000 organizations by providing business intelligence tools and services related to tenders, grants and individual experts in the field of development cooperation. Since 2007 spearheading innovation, DevelopmentAid has established itself as a leader when it comes to data comprehensiveness, speed, reliability and cost efficiency.
The University of Edinburgh was founded in 1583 and is the sixth oldest University in the English speaking world. Based in the capital of Scotland the University is currently ranked 21st in the world in the QS World Univeristy rankings.
The University offers a suite of leading interdisciplinary postgraduate degrees (both on-line and on-campus) that equip future leaders to tackle global health, development, justice and enviornment challenges and contribute to the realisation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
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A record number of attendees benefited from the eighth year of a Harvard program that trained Ebola first-responders.The Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard University, launched by current World Bank President Dr. Jim Kim, Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer, and Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, welcomes 52 mid-career global health professionals from 27 countries to an intensive training to improve how care is delivered and health organizations are managed around the world.
The Maryland-based health care informatics company CTIS and its founders, Raj and Bharti Shah, have collaborated with the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education and Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College to equip and dispatch a custom-designed mobile health care services van in the state of Maharashtra in India.