Members

GHC is currently comprised of organizational members and hundreds of individuals – all committed to the mission of improving health globally through increased investment, robust policies and the power of the collective voice. Sectors represented include:

 

  • Non-profit international development organizations (NGOs)
  • For-profit international development organizations (Contractors)
  • Corporations/Private Business
  • Faith-Based Organizations
  • Universities
  • Foundations
  • Individuals

 

As “hands on” actors in the global health space, our members serve to raise awareness and mobilize funding for global health issues while carrying out important work from innovation through implementation. In 2014, GHC member organizations:

 

  • Operated in more than 150 countries worldwide
  • Supported programming in MCH, Family Planning, HIV/AIDS, NTDs, NCDs, R&D, WASH, Nutrition, Health Systems Strengthening and many other areas
  • Were headquartered across more than 16 US states
  • Had a combined annual revenue of over $40 billion

 

This diversity of membership is what makes GHC’s presence within the global health landscape so strong, and is the basis for many of GHC’s activities and approaches.

 

Additionally, GHC works closely in partnership with a number of additional organizations that are key stakeholders in the global health space. These include other coalitions and alliances, government agencies and multilateral institutions.

 

GHC 2016 Members

 

  • Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM)
  • Alboum Translation Services
  • American Academy Of Pediatrics
  • American Heart Association
  • American International Health Alliance
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Public Health Association
  • American Society Of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  • American Thoracic Society
  • Better World Campaign
  • Cardno Emerging Markets USA, Ltd.
  • Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • Chemonics International
  • Child Family Health International
  • Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)
  • Educational Development Center
  • Eli Lilly and Company Foundation
  • Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • Frontline Health Workers Coalition c/o IntraHealth
  • FSG, Inc.
  • GE Foundation
  • Georgia Global Health Alliance c/o Geogia Bio
  • Global Alliance for TB Drug Development
  • Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity and Stillbirth (GAPPS)
  • Global Health Technologies Coalition
  • Global Impact
  • HarvestPlus
  • Helen Keller International
  • Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • IAHPC
  • IMA World Health
  • InterAction
  • International Alliance For Responsible Drinking
  • International Food Information Council Foundation
  • International HIV/AIDS Alliance
  • International Medical Corps
  • International Women’s Health Coalition
  • IntraHealth International
  • Jhpiego
  • John Snow Inc.
  • Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • LIVESTRONG
  • Management Sciences for Health
  • Medtronic Foundation
  • Miraglo Foundation
  • Nestle SA
  • Novo Nordisk A/S
  • PATH
  • Pathfinder International
  • PHI – Global Health Fellows Program II
  • Planned Parenthood Global
  • Population Action International (PAI)
  • Population Reference Bureau
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • Rabin Martin
  • Realizing Global Health (Midego)
  • RESULTS
  • ReSurge International
  • Save the Children
  • SFF Investment Trust (2004)
  • U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention
  • University of Maryland School of Nursing
  • University of Utah
  • University Research Co., LLC
  • Washington Global Health Alliance
  • WaterAid America
  • World Vision