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.
Coming in 2019: Individuals who are not affiliated with an organizational GHC member can become global health advocates by supporting GHC’s core mission, vision, and activities. These contributions will enable GHC to amplify global health issues on both the national and global levels as well as encourage stakeholders to make critical investments in global health. Stay tuned for information.