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Advancing global health research through partnerships

The GHO works closely with local, national and international partners to advance research. Our partners include:

  • Dalhousie’s International Research & Development
  • Nova Scotia Gambia Association
  • Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research
  • Canadian Society for International Health
  • Tanzania Training Centre for International Health

Dalhousie’s International Research and Development (IR&D) mandate is to promote, facilitate and monitor Dalhousie’s institutional initiatives in international development and international research. IR&D develops projects and proposals, promotes and facilitates opportunities for international collaboration and provides oversight for project administration.

Nova Scotia Gambia Association (NSGA) is a non-profit development organization based in Canada which works in partnership with West Africans to pursue initiatives for equitable and sustainable futures for youth.

Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR) is a not-for-profit organization promoting better and more equitable health worldwide through the production and use of knowledge. Members include global health researchers, organizations interested in funding health research, and members of the general public who share our vision and goals. Dalhousie University is an institutional member of CCGHR.

Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) is a national non-governmental organization that works domestically and internationally to reduce global health inequities and strengthen health systems.

Tanzania Training Centre for International Health (TTCIH) is a health training centre in Tanzania focusing on health human resource development. Dalhousie physicians and health professionals are involved in a variety of activities including teacher training, developing or updating curricula, providing continuing education workshops, and mentoring students and residents. The health team also has the opportunity to lead lectures, serve as clinical instructors, conduct ward rounds, and demonstrate various techniques in classrooms, clinics and operating rooms.