GLOBAL HEALTHSHARE INITIATIVE
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We work with over 40 members from more than 30 world-class institutions around the globe.
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Our vision is to increase global economic citizenship, one healthy village at a time.
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We promote global health through the power of sharing knowledge, technology, and resources.
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We work with over 40 members from more than 30 world-class institutions around the globe.
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Our vision is to increase global economic citizenship, one healthy village at a time.
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We promote global health through the power of sharing knowledge, technology, and resources.
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We promote global health through the power of sharing knowledge, technology, and resources.
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Global HealthShare Initiative is a project-based program designed to discover, develop, and deliver products, services and training in the areas of agriculture, nutrition, immunity, and enterprise development. Our mission is to accelerate the development and commercialization of low-cost, safe, and effective healthcare solutions into the marketplace in developing countries. See how we are addressing some of the world's most challenging global health disparities. SEE MORE

News

4/1/2013

Sundarbans Project featured in UC Davis newsletter. Check it out here!

3/12/2013

"Girls Who Code" summer program kicks off with movie premiere Read more here.

3/7/2013

Girl Rising premieres tonight see the trailer on our blog!

Our Vision

The Power of Sharing

Global Network

We are a global network of academic and industrial researchers, health-care professionals, business leaders, and philanthropic organizations with a shared vision and commitment to make healthcare affordable in developing countries.

Going Beyond Aid

We deliver more than aid – we deliver sustainable livelihoods. Each of our start-to-finish projects is designed to empower and equip communities with the tools to thrive long after our involvement.

Long-Lasting Impact

Creating healthy communities and healthy economies. We partner with social enterprises and local entrepreneurs who have the passion and capacity necessary to sustain our humanitarian efforts.