Harvard International Health Institute

The International Health program at the Council on International Relations (CFR) supplies unbiased, evidence-based evaluation and proposals to help policymakers, business leaders, journalists, and most of the people meet the health challenges of a globalized world. Within the course ‘Global Health Interventions’, consideration is paid to the relationship between the analysis of complicated health issues and the design, implementation and evaluation of intervention methods for specific health issues (particularly the determinants of effective health interventions).

GHIF helps late-stage innovations for public health challenges comparable to malaria, pre-eclampsia, cholera, HIV and river blindness, with an emphasis on infectious diseases and maternal/toddler health issues that cause significant morbidity and mortality in useful resource-limited settings.

Larger scale programs that include public utilities for disposal of medical waste and pooled procurement services will be developed within the context of assessing novel methods for municipal debt financing by means of the issuance of bonds or creation of new world health equity markets.

The selection standards might be based mostly on the potential affect of the candidate’s research and their relevance to World Health, candidates’ show of commitment to International Health and within the countries listed above and eventually their academic document.

In February 2010, the United States introduced a new Global Health Initiative , which invests $63 billion over 6 years to help partner countries improve health outcomes, with a specific deal with improving the health of women, newborns, and kids.