Become A Member

Our organizational and individual members serve to raise awareness and catalyze action around important global health issues.

From being active participants in GHC’s advocacy work to highlighting critical global health issues in the developing world, our members make up a critical constituency driving forward GHC’s agenda. Consider helping us amplify the collective global health voice by joining GHC today. Learn about GHC member benefits.

Member categories:

International Development Partners |  Corporate Partners |  Individuals  |  Renew Membership

Please note: GHC memberships follow a calendar year renewal cycle (from January – December). 

International Development Partners

This includes for- and non-profit organizations and academic institutions. Dues structure follows a graduated scale based on an organization’s annual revenue. Academic institutions can join according to the size of their department budgets.


Corporate Partners

This includes corporations and for-profit organizations that have mandates other than international development as their primary directive. There is a flat fee of $15,000 for private sector organizations to become members in GHC. Each private sector member will receive two memberships for the main points of contact.


Membership in GHC will link the individual to a network of global-health focused individuals (students, professionals and retirees) who are all actively engaged around the issue of global health.

  • Full individual membership – $75.00
  • Student membership – $25.00

Membership Renewal

To renew your account, please click the “Renew Membership” button above or click here to log in to your member portal.  After logging in, you may renew your membership by selecting “My Membership” in the drop down menu, then “Renew Now.” Please note that the 2017 membership term is January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017. For questions, please contact

PHOTO CREDITS: Children wash their hands before a meal in the Mary Morris Orphanage, run by the United Methodist Church in Kamina, Democratic Republic of the Congo. © 2008 Paul Jeffrey, Courtesy of Photoshare