Supporters of the Global Health Gateway provide us with valuable material support, as well as in-kind support, and advice. If you or your organisations would like to support the Global Health Gateway, please Contact Us.
The Burnet Institute Centre for International Health (CIH) provides technical support, program management, assistance with public health policy development and training related to communicable disease prevention and control in the broader context of community-based primary health care. The Burnet offers many educational and work opportunities in the field of global health. The Global Health Gateway gratefully acknowledges both the material support the Burnet Institute provides, as well as access to the vast knowledge and experience of its staff, particularly for the contributions of Dr Natalie Gray, Ms Marion Brown and Prof Mike Toole.
The Centre for International Child Health (CICH) operates within the University of Melbourne’s Paediatric Department and the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. CICH seeks to reduce global child mortality, contribute to achieving global health and development goals, and develop strong child health systems through research and program implementation. The Global Health Gateway gratefully acknowledges the material support the CICH provides, and the support and experience of its staff, particularly Prof Trevor Duke.
The Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne, is committed to improving global health through research, education, inclusive development practice, and training of future leaders. The Nossal Institute works in partnership with the Global Health Gateway and other organisations who share its vision of improving health where health is at its poorest. The Global Health Gateway gratefully acknowledges the material support and the vast knowledge and experience of its staff, particularly Dr Tim Moore, Prof Graham Brown and Prof Rob Moodie.
Monash University International Public Health Unit, works to develop research, education and capacity-building programs that improve health and well-being in relation to the origins, prevention and management of non-communicable diseases in low-, middle- and high-income countries. Monash University offers a number of global health-related subjects and degree programs. The Global Health Gateway gratefully acknowledges the material support of Monash University, and particularly the assistance of Prof Brian Oldenburg.
AusAID. AusAID administers the Australian Government’s overseas aid program, and the Global Health Gateway gratefully acknowledges its valuable financial support.
Global Ideas Forum runs an annual conference targeted at early career professionals. Global Ideas Forum seeks to facilitate collaboration and development amongst the brightest global citizens from different sectors to turn health solutions into action. You will find it advertised on the Global Health Gateway Events & Education Board.
|Global Health Connect runs regular seminars in cities around Australia. You will find their events advertised on the Global Health Gateway Events & Education Board.|
- Andrew and Heather Slutzkin
Here are 4 ways you can get involved:
1. Use the Global Health Gateway
Perhaps your biggest contribution is to share your knowledge and experience with others! Share work and volunteer opportunities on the Jobs Board. Share events and other educational opportunities on the Events & Education Board. Comment on articles to share your ideas and thoughts.
2. Share the Global Health Gateway
Personal recommendations are our main way of sharing Global Health Gateway resources with others. So tell your colleagues and students, find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and share useful Global Health Gateway articles through your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+…
3. Become a Supporter
We currently have a number of dedicated supporting organisations and individuals and are eager to develop new relationships. Please contact us to find out more about how you organisation can partner with the Global Health Gateway.
As a non-profit association that is fully run by a dedicated team of volunteers we rely on the generous support of donors. We run a tight budget, and 90% of expenses are through in-kind volunteer support. Help us expand our reach by donating to the account below. If you are happy to be publicly acknowledged on our website and Annual Report, please include your name/organisation.
Global Health Gateway Inc. is registered as an incorporated non-profit association with the Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV). ABN: 83 683 771 094.
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