Organizational GHC membership is open to non-profit organizations (e.g., NGOs, foundations, associations, and academic institutions) and for-profit organizations (e.g., corporations, contractors, and other businesses) who implement or support global health programs. The membership dues structure follows a graduated scale based on organizations’ annual revenue (see below). If you are an academic institution, you can join GHC according to your department budget.
As a GHC member, your organization will be able to:
-Access to the Global Health Advocacy Community and key advocacy resources
-Participate in GHC’s high-level delegations (e.g., to WHA)
-Register for WHO, UN, and ECOSOC meetings through GHC’s accredited status
-Join GHC in strategic meetings with global health policy leadership (e.g., U.S. government agencies and multilateral organizations)
-Recieve discounted pricing on GHC Job Board postings
-Place success stories, news, and upcoming events in GHC’s weekly newsletter, The Collective Voice blog, social media channels, and more
-Obtain reduced pricing, priority access, and speaker invitations for select GHC events (e.g., the Global Health Leadership Series)
-Access to GHC’s online master calendar of events in the global health community, as well as our special events calendar
In addition, all employees of non-profit organizations will receive the above GHC member benefits.