HIV/AIDS: For more than 25 years, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has destroyed lives and devastated communities around the globe. Image credit: worldbank
Tuberculosis: TB is an ancient disease that continues to plague humanity in the 21st century.
Malaria: Malaria is preventable, yet there are more than 250 million cases a year and more than one third of the world’s population is at risk. Image credit: gyuvallos
Polio is on the cusp of becoming only the second disease to be eradicated from the world. Image credit: Global Polio Eradication Initiative
Sexual and Reproductive Health: Sexual and reproductive health issues disproportionately impact women in resource-poor settings.
Vaccines: Vaccines are among the most cost-effective tools for fighting infectious disease.
School Health Project in Rajasthan and Delhi, India
Through various activities, including developing health training modules for teachers and facilitating meetings between health workers and mothers, GHS is making an impact on school-based health in Rajasthan and Delhi, India.
Indian TB Champion of the Year Award
GHS, in collaboration with the Partnership for TB Care and Control (India), recently announced the inaugural winners of the Indian TB Champion of the Year Award: P.D. Hinduja Hospital and Dr. Nalini Krishnan, Director, REACH.