Our Mission

We’re building a better, healthier world through collaboration. Global Health Progress seeks to improve access to medicine and health care for people around the world. We do this by connecting research-based biopharmaceutical companies and public/private global health leaders to highlight sustainable solutions that fight disease, improve medical infrastructure and provide education.

Our Core Challenges

We’re championing collaboration across industries, borders, and stakeholders to achieve global health progress, including in these three crucial areas:

Building Universal Health Coverage
We believe all people should have access to basic health care without having to endure financial hardship. Building universal health coverage requires innovative solutions and recognition that every region, government and population has its own set of challenges in health care access. Universal doesn’t mean “one-size-fits-all.” Every region, government and population has its own set of challenges in health care access. We champion collaboration between organizations to identify innovative ways to ensure every person in the world has access to basic health care without having to endure financial hardship.
Outsmarting Antimicrobial Resistance
Antimicrobial-resistance (AMR) is a global health challenge. The World Health Organization has reported resistance in tuberculosis, HIV, and malaria, resulting in death and increased costs of health care. AMR is a complex issue and coordinated action is critical. We advocate the connection of scientific and medical progress, patient education, and workforce training so we can address antimicrobial resistance holistically.
Preparing for Health Emergencies
It’s nearly impossible to predict when a public health outbreak will occur. Ebola and Zika are recent reminders. However, through coordination and information sharing between global public health communities, organizations, sectors, and companies, we can better prepare for the inevitable.