The Department of Global Health and Population (GHP) at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is proud to be the first department of population sciences in any school of public health with a focus on global health from the very beginning. Over the past half-century, faculty members, students, and researchers in our department have helped shape the field, and launched some of the major ideas in global public health and population sciences. Our alumni are part of a strong network of public health experts working to devise, implement and evaluate effective strategies that improve the lives of millions of people around the globe. We have welcomed students and fellows from most countries in the world, and our trainees have gone on to do great things – as ministers of health, leaders in national and international public health organizations, and scholars in academic institutions.
Gifts made to the Department will be used to aid GHP student organizations, scholarships and internships; to support faculty initiatives and foster new research collaborations, joint grant writing and interdisciplinary publications; to launch a postdoctoral program; and to support administration, operations and special events.
Please navigate to the Harvard Chan School’s giving site for more information on how to give.