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NEWS | Global Scientific Panel on AMR and TB publishes recommendations - find out more here

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OUR MISSION

Our mission is to increase access to quality healthcare around the world by making sure that everyone, everywhere, has the tools they need to campaign successfully for better global health policy and funding decisions.

WHAT WE DO

We help individuals and organisations make change but there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. We work with our partners and allies in three ways: 

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HOSTING

We host start-up and established projects in global health advocacy, helping them scale-up their impact.

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PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

We identify gaps in the existing advocacy landscape and design and deliver projects to fill those gaps.

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COLLABORATION

We work with individuals and organisations that want to make change, providing the support they need to get the job done.

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ENGAGING POLICYMAKERS SHOULDN'T BE DAUNTING

If you have an idea, an innovation, or an issue that you think needs more attention and could have a big impact on global public health, we want to hear from you. Get in touch on partners@cghproject.org

EXAMPLES OF OUR WORK

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ENDING WORKPLACE TB

CGH manages the Secretariat of Ending Workplace TB, a global campaign focused on working with multinational companies to enhance care and prevention of tuberculosis (TB) in their workplaces, communities, and supply chains.

CGH has overseen EWTB since early in its development. The network has helped catalyse one of the biggest corporate TB screening programs in the world, and currently counts on the support of more than fifty multinationals from across sectors and around the world.

To find out more about EWTB, click below.

WHERE WE ARE

We're headquartered in Cambridge UK, but our team is spread across the world. We are always happy to meet new people, so reach out to us if you are ever in Cambridge, at a big global health conference or want to connect online.  

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