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Country Name BANGLADESH
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  2020

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1993

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8 (Advanced) 

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 2010

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16 (Advanced)

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 1998

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6 (Advanced)

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  2010

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2006

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Country Name SAUDI ARABIA
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 1989

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  2017

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  2017

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  2011

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PARTNERS

Over the past decade, GHD|EMPHNET worked with international governmental and non-governmental organizations, UN organizations, universities, and research institutes, to support better health outcomes for populations in the Eastern Mediterranean Region and beyond.

Strong interdependent partnerships are essential to achieving GHD|EMPHNET’s mission of preventing and controlling diseases, conducting and supporting operational research, developing workforce capacity, and strengthening public health programs. GHD|EMPHNET works from within the countries and communities to know more about their realities and context and tailor solutions based on what they already have. It also strategically partners with a range of entities including governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations (CSOs), associations/foundations, academic institutions/research centers, global networks, federal agencies, UN agencies, private sector, donors, among others to support strengthening of public health systems in the Eastern Mediterranean Region and the globe.

 

As a member of many international working groups, task forces, and committees, including TEPHINET, GOARN, JEE Alliance, RRT Global Network, Global Digital Health Index, Global Health Council and others, GHD|EMPHNET takes an active role as part of the global community to remain engaged with the latest global health developments. To learn more about our partners and collaborators, scroll down to see our List of Partners.

 

GHD|EMPHNET’s partners join forces with it to deliver sustainable results and draw on GHD|EMPHNET’s extensive experience to meet needs and bridge gaps related to pressing public health priorities. 

 

GHD|EMPHNET has expertise in several areas: capacity building, data for action, monitoring and evaluation, technical assistance, information and communications technology, logistics and operations, and professional translation. GHD|EMPHNET works with different national, regional, and international health stakeholders. GHD|EMPHNET is committed to the region, has direct collaborations with different sectors, has diverse expert team in addition to our access to capacities in the countries through our FETP graduates and other network members. GHD|EMPHNET’s experiences range from strategic leadership, technical and logistical management, field implementation, to shoe-leather epidemiology in different environments including extreme weather conditions, hard to reach areas, difficult terrains, and other challenging scenarios in humanitarian context. We are instrumental in supporting several public health programs including Disease Control and Prevention, Outreach and Emergency, Polio Eradiation and Routine Immunization, Health Protection and Promotion, Environmental Health, and more. To view our track record of achieving results in these different public health programs, please visit http://emphnet.net/en/public-health-programs/ and for our COVID-19 Response, please visit http://emphnet.net/en/covid-19-response/

 

Partner With Us to

 

  • Complement our knowledge on global health issues to leverage areas of specialization and capitalize on resources and efficiencies
  • Support implementation in our working areas in workforce development, public health programs, research and policy, communication, and networking
  • Expand your presence and footprint in countries we work with and beyond including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, and Yemen
  • Exchange our lessons learned for more successful global reach and apply the most feasible methods to achieve the desired impact
  • Build mutually beneficial relationships with our network and experts in different areas
  • Create new links with evidence-based tools and approaches for sustainable results
  • Work together on new innovations and technologies for global health challenges that require multi-sectoral approach
  • Pursue joint opportunities through various partnership modalities (i.e., consortium, cooperative agreements, contracts, grants, etc.) and funding mechanism
  • Finance proven public health solutions and new initiatives in the region
  • Fulfill your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to achieve shared goals and contribute with us in supporting the Sustainable Development Goals
  • In other ways you would like to share with us

 

To connect with our Partnership and Resource Mobilization Team, you can send an email to Rawan Araj at raraj@globalhealthdev.org where you can introduce your organization, tell us more about your areas of expertise, regions you are present in, and how you would like to partner with us.

 

Our Partners

Abt. Associates

 

American Society for Microbiology

 

American University of Beirut

 

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

 

Biosecurity Engagement Program

 

Blumont, Inc.

 

Caritas- Jordan

 

Center for Global Health Science and Security / Georgetown University

 

Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

 

CRDF Global

 

Defense Threat Reduction Agency

 

Electronic Health Solutions

 

Emory University

 

ERASMUS

 

Food and Agriculture Organization

 

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance 

 

Global Institute for Disease Elimination

 

Global Health Council

 

Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network

 

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh

 

International COVID-19 Data Alliance

 

International Development Research Center

 

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies 

 

International Medical Corps

 

Islamic Development Bank

 

LINKS: A global community for cardiovascular diseases

 

Metabiota

 

NCD Alliance

 

Princess Haya Biotechnology Center

 

Public Health England

 

Qatar Red Crescent

 

Resolve to Save Lives

 

Royal Health Awareness Society- Jordan

 

Sandia National Laboratories

 

Sanofi Pasteur

 

Task Force for Global Health

 

The END Fund

 

The International Committee of the Red Cross

 

The International Organization for Migration

 

The Middle East Scientific Institute for Security

 

The Network for Education and Support in Immunization

 

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East 

 

Tides Center /Ending Pandemics

 

Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network

 

UK Health Security Agency

 

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

 

United Nations International Children's Fund

 

United States Agency for International Development

 

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention