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WGHA connects and informs Washington’s global health community, creating a culture of collaboration at home so our members can have more impact in the world. We envision a Washington global health community that fulfills its greatest collective potential for achieving global health equity. We're fierce believers in the power of collaboration to change the world. … Continued

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Reserve your seat now to join us for this year's Pioneers of Global Health Awards Dinner and Auction on October 17! Purchase Tickets! WGH Seattle Introduces Inaugural Advisors to Guide the Movement and Promote Women in Leadership Eleven women were selected for their commitment to advancing gender equity in global health leadership, their involvement with … Continued

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Malaria No More

Post: Nine Journalists Win Press Fellowship To Seattle Fellows To Report On The Future Of The Malaria Fight & What It Will Take To End The Disease For Good

SEATTLE, WA – September 26, 2016 – Malaria No More and the Washington Global Health Alliance today announced the winners of a new press fellowship, “Innovating to End Malaria.” The three-day fellowship in Seattle, Washington will give journalists the opportunity to learn about the progress and challenges in the malaria fight from some of the … Continued

Post: A CEO’s tips for global health organizations to better partner with companies

“Global Health, Inc.” In discussions about corporate engagement in global public health, I often hear this phrase used with real concern. While there is reason to be vigilant—we’ve seen corporations with cynical motivation and sometimes dangerous proposals—we’re fooling ourselves and shortchanging the people we hope to serve if we dismiss any such partnership on its … Continued


Post: Three pioneers you need to know in our global health community

Ask any millennial which global health figure inspires them most and chances are it’s Dr. Paul Farmer, cofounder of Partners In Health and subject of Tracy Kidder’s Mountains Beyond Mountains. Dr. Farmer’s story sparks new careers on a regular basis. I should know because I’m one of those millennials moved to pursue global health because … Continued