Harvard Global Health Institute

Founding Year: 2011

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Ari Bernstein (Interim Director)

Is a university research institute “committed to surfacing and addressing some of the most persistent challenges in human health.” It works to “convene diverse perspectives, identify gaps, design new learning opportunities, and advise policymakers to advance health equity for all.”

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Harvard Global Health Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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