Global Health? International Health? What are they and what's the difference?
"Global health is a field of practice, research and education focused on health and the social, economic, political and cultural forces that shape it across the world. The discipline has an historical association with the distinct needs of developing countries but it is also concerned with health-related issues that transcend national boundaries and the differential impacts of globalisation. It is a cross-disciplinary field, blending perspectives from the natural and social sciences to understand the social relationships, biological processes and technologies that contribute to the improvement of health worldwide“ (Rowson, 2007, np).
Multilateral Orgs (funding from multiple sources):
Bilateral Organizations (funding comes from one organization):
Non-governmental Organizations (funding comes from a variety of locations):