Developing scalable solutions to global health’s toughest challenges.
The Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) works with collaborators around the world to develop and study global health innovations and support their translation into policy at scale. We focus specifically on testing structural interventions in HIV prevention and treatment that expand local capacity.
We believe in ground-up public health innovation that starts with inclusive problem-solving that elevates local voices and expertise, moves beyond surface solutions to address structural inequities, and rigorously tests innovative solutions to ensure sustainable impact at scale. CIGH is a unique partnership between Georgetown University Medical Center and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, bringing together legal, policy, and medical expertise.
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Blantyre Prevention Strategy
Developing a replicable model for effective HIV prevention by defining, optimizing, and embedding core capabilities to successfully end the epidemic and strengthen health security.Learn More
Ethics of Big Data for Disease Prevention
Supporting countries in more efficient resource allocation decisions by improving information and driving programs toward greater impact.Learn More
Measuring HIV Prevention
Bringing clarity to the measurement of HIV prevention programs and driving these programs toward greater impact.Learn More