EGHI has provided large grants to faculty from across Emory University who have proposed innovative, high-impact, sustainable global health programs. These large grants, called Global Health Partnership Program Grants, must involve an established partnership with an organization or organizations in the country where the program is being conducted. By providing these larger grants to Emory faculty, EGHI has helped Emory develop long-term, sustainable global health partnerships and research platforms focusing on a variety of global health challenges around the world.
Grants are made through a Request for Proposal (RFP) mechanism. We currently do not have an outstanding RFP, but please check our site again for future RFP announcements.
You can view our Global Health Partnership Program Grants by year below. If you do not see a particular year, this is because EGHI was not able to provide large grants to faculty members that year.
|2008 Global Health Partnership Program Grants|
|2007 Global Health Partnership Program Grants|