Thank you to @blackrock for donating 5,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to @globalhealthc3! This much needed donation will go a long way in helping local schools and community health centers! Thank you for your commitment to #Atlanta!
“Measure the problem, know the problem, then you can take action“
Listen to our latest GHC3Talks #podcast to hear @UKAMREnvoy and @StauntonUK talk about why data matters in the fight against #AntimicrobialResistance.
STARTING SOON! Today at 12pm ET, moderator Kenneth Moch, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, @globalhealthc3, will kick-off our "Ethics & Economics: COVID-19 at the Crossroads of Global Health" #webinar. Be sure to tune in! https://t.co/X8iBOzyOO3
Tomorrow, join Center for Global Health Innovation & Global Health Crisis Coordination Center (GHC3) to discuss leveraging private sector partners in a way that focuses on equitable delivery of public health. Register now: bit.ly/3lN1q0u... See MoreSee Less
GHC3's Chairman and Advisor are participating in the March 24 Galien Foundation webinar as moderators & panelists. The event will explore & discuss the intersections of ethics and global health. For more info: bit.ly/3tzLXU1 For registration: bit.ly/30SRfxL... See MoreSee Less
WHO is "one of the world's leading public health agencies. They play an important role in international cooperative efforts, not only against COVID-19 but against many other global diseases and health challenges." ... See MoreSee Less
"Although improved markedly since January, we have today an extraordinarily high level of circulating SARS-CoV-2 virus comparable to the peak of last summer's surge," said Dr. Russell Medford, Chairman of GHC3. ... See MoreSee Less
GHC3 is a division of the Center for Global Health Innovation (CGHI). The Center for Global Health Innovation is an Atlanta based 501(c)3 organization that was launched in 2019 to bring together diverse Global Health, Health Technology and Life Sciences entities to collaborate, innovate and activate solutions to enhance human health outcomes around the world. At its core, CGHI will orchestrate programs that promote cross discipline cooperation to strengthen capabilities, accelerate problem solving and respond to global health crises. The Center will continue to support its subsidiary organizations, Georgia Bio and Georgia Global Health Alliance and is standing up a permanent Global Health Crisis Coordination Center to bringing to bear the best private sector and public sector capabilities and experience in times of need.