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Newsletter February 13, 2019. Seeking new team member; the official name for Coronavirus; Federal Budget Submission; great job opportunities.
Newsletter December 16, 2019. Bumper holiday edition!
Newsletter November 6, 2019. New Alliance report on Impact Investing; special invitations; new grant opportunities.
Newsletter October 7, 2019. Footy kicks goals for kids and climate action.
Newsletter September 5, 2019 Introducing the Australian and New Zealand WHO Collaborating Centre Secretariat, welcome to the CSIRO and two new board members.
Newsletter August 8, 2019. Spotlight on planetary health: the intersection between natural systems and the health of our civilisation.
Newsletter July 3, 2019. Invitation: Climate Change and health, the Global Fund, Greg Hunt, and more.
Newsletter June 11, 2019. What’s hot at the Global Health Security Conference, impact investing, great jobs & more.
Newsletter May 7, 2019. Events and courses, pre-election commitments, the Albion Centre joins the Alliance.
Newsletter April 4, 2019. Budget 2019-2020, events, Building Maps at Australian Red Cross, New Partnerships in Adolescent Health.
Newsletter March 14, 2019. The Global Health Alliance Welcomes Labor’s Pacific Avoidable Blindness and Vision Loss Fund.
Newsletter February Tuesday 5th Nurses, India, Drug resistance and 2019 G-Finder.
Newsletter December 13, 2018. Advice from DFAT’s Ambassador for regional Health Security; Australian Red Cross and GLHAM map Timor Leste; new research shows impact of drug resistance on the environment.
Newsletter October 17, 2018. A Halloween-themed Malaria Mapathon for PNG; GLHAM joins the CDC’s global AMR challenge: our commitment to combating drug resistance; Australia tackles HTLV-1.
Newsletter August 27, 2018. Launch of the Victoria International Health Sector Capacity Report 2018.
Newsletter August 13, 2018. Everything you need to know about snakebite.
Newsletter July 12, 2018. All things malaria.
Newsletter May 22nd, 2018. Join us at the Malaria Mapathon; Learn about the HTLV-1 Epidemic
Newsletter March 8th, 2018. International Women’s Day
Newsletter January 30,2018. Electoral Legislation Amendment and other Updates
Newsletter December 19, 2017. Global Health Legislation, Employment Opportunities and Summer Reading.
Newsletter November 30 2017. Last Chance for Early Bird Registrations for Malaria Conference and Action on Childhood Pneumonia.
Newsletter October 29, 2017. Last chance for your international health work to be profiled by the Victoria Government and other Hot News in Melbourne’s International Health Scene.
Invitation October 25, 2017. Roundtable on Regional Health Security
Newsletter July 31 2017. Global Health Partnership Opportunities: Melbourne Global Health Landscape Study; Meeting with Global Partnership for Education CEO; Australia India Investment Forum; other upcoming events.
Newsletter June 15 2017. US, NZ And Australia – Budgets And Aid.
Newsletter June 2 2017. Breaking News: Global Health Scores Released Today.
Newsletter May 11 2017. Analysis Of The Impacts On Aid Of The 17/18 Federal Budget.
Invitation April 26 2017. Invitation to the briefing meeting on the Lancet Standing Commission on adolescent health and wellbeing.
Invitation April 11 2017. Invitation to the Consultation with Department of Premier and Cabinet re: Health Dimensions of Victorian Government’s India Strategy.
Newsletter April 4 2017. Thank you to everyone who attended our launch of Local to Global, and further resources.
Launch Invitation March 10, 2017. Our VIP event at Melbourne Town Hall from The Hon. John Brumby and Lord Mayor Robert Doyle.
Newsletter January 18, 2017. Our launch newsletter, with a Save-the-Date for our launch event, the Case for Investing in Women’s Mental Health and the new Donor tracker.
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