Pioneering the next generation of global health research, education, and policy
Harvard Global Health Institute Awards Three Harvard LEAD Fellowships for Promoting Women in Global HealthIn an effort to equip and empower a diverse pool of leaders in global health, the Harvard Global Health Institute and the Women and Health Initiative at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health offer a fellowship specifically designed to strengthen leadership skills in talented individuals from low- and middle-income countries who will, in Continue reading[...]
Alleviating Time Poverty Among the Working Poor - Final Takeaways from 2019 Burke Fellow Ashley Whillans2019 Burke Fellow, Ashley Whillans, PhD, MA an Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School, recently completed her fellowship in the Burke Global Health Fellowship program. We welcome you to read about her research project and experience below. Ashley Whillans, September 2020 Becoming a Burke Fellow provided the Continue reading[...]
Key Metrics for COVID Suppression
Our new interactive COVID Risk Level map shows if a county or state is on the green, yellow, orange or red risk level, based on the number of new daily cases. The accompanying framework then delivers broad guidance on the intensity of control efforts needed based on these COVID risk levels.
Migrant Health: A Population in Peril
The Harvard Global Health Institute, Boston College School of Social Work and partners launched the report, ‘A Population in Peril: A Health Crisis among Asylum Seekers on the Northern Border of Mexico‘ on July 28th, 2020 at the our webinar ‘The Health Crisis on the Northern Mexico Border: Cross-Border Implications of U.S Immigration Policies Before and During COVID-19.’
Africa Leads the Way
Our report, “Africa Leads the Way: Harnessing Multi-Sectoral Collaboration to Achieve UHC”, produced in collaboration with The Access Challenge, discusses the relationship between human health, climate change, and environmental resources such as water, food, and air, and their importance in achieving UHC in Africa.