About the Centre for Global Health
The Centre for Global Health (CGH) is an initiative of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo as part of the agenda to meet the Sustainable Development Goal challenges. The world is facing challenges that require efforts from the entire global community. Finding sustainable solutions to global health problems is urgent in an increasingly globalized and unequal world.
The CGH’s ambitions are to mobilize cross-sectorial, multi- and interdisciplinary global health research, to be a hub for capacity development in research based global health education, and a facilitator of community engagement, knowledge-based dialogue, and public opinion formations related to important global health discussions thus ultimately contributing to sustainable development.
The UiO CGH is a multi- and interdisciplinary hub for education and research capacity development in global health, contributing to sustainable development through collaboration and networking.
Advance capacity for global health research, education and communication at UiO and partner institutions.
CGH Board members are national and international experts in global health.
|Head of Department, Institute of Health and Society, UiO
||Terje P. Hagen (Chair)
|Director of Global Health, Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH)
|Professor, Department of Community Medicine & Global Health, UiO
|Assistant Director, Section for Natural Resource Management & Financial Flows, Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)
||Kristine H. Storholt
|Director, Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM), UiO
The CGH Technical Advisory Group, includes various UiO experts related to the Signatory Themes.
Mandate & Strategic Plan
Published Apr. 29, 2014 3:26 PM
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