Achievements 2018-05-11T15:38:42+00:00

ACHIEVEMENTS

Australia India Investment Forum: Connecting Digital Technologies with the Health and Pharma Sectors Opportunities for India Engagement

July 24th, 2017|

The Alliance was invited by the Australia-India Institute to co-chair and co-host this Forum on 24 July, 2017. Supported by the Federal Department of Education and Training and PWC, senior representatives from government, universities, the […]

Establishment of formal relationships with the Washington, Georgia and North Carolina Global Health Alliances

July 11th, 2017|

Executive Director Misha Coleman has been fortunate to develop close working relationships with the staff of our three sister global health alliances in North America. There is significant potential for collaboration between the Alliances, and […]

Baseline Mapping and Economic Impact Study of the International Health Sector

July 11th, 2017|

In July 2017, the Alliance began work on the Baseline Mapping and Economic Impact Study of the International Health Sector. This included a robust analysis of the economic impacts of the international health (global health) […]

Submission to Australian Government’s Foreign Policy White Paper

June 3rd, 2017|

A detailed submission was lodged with the Australian Government in early June 2017, for their White Paper released on 10th November 2017.  It outlines the benefits of investing in global health, and that the outcome […]

Out of the Shadows: The case for investing in women’s mental health

December 11th, 2016|

In December 2016, GLHAM co-hosted its first in an ongoing series of public symposiums on global health issues that will produce a policy document with input from across the sector. The first of these symposiums, […]

Secretariat support for the Australian-based WHO Collaborating Centres

July 11th, 2016|

There are currently 46 WHO Collaborating Centres in Australia, with half of these being Melbourne-based. The Alliance has been approached to provide a form of secretariat to enable more cross-pollination between the centres. This will […]

Delivering Moxidectin to treat river blindness in African contexts

June 11th, 2016|

GLHAM facilitated a collaboration between  Medicines Development for Global Health (MDGH) – a Melbourne-based biotechnology company and social enterprise – and The Fred Hollows Foundation, for the purpose of implementing delivery of Moxidectin in African […]

Addressing scabies, the neglected of the neglected diseases

June 11th, 2016|

In June 2016, Alliance member Medicines Development for Global Health (MDGH) – a Melbourne-based biotechnology company and social enterprise – announced the receipt of AU$3 million to support the clinical development of moxidectin for scabies treatment […]

Roundtable on global health and development

March 11th, 2016|

In March 2016, GLHAM organized a roundtable bringing together key thought leaders from biomedical research, international development, academia, and the private and public sectors working in global health and development. The purpose was to discuss […]

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