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See here if the Global Forum for Health Research offers a job opportunity that matches your experience and skills.

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Join the community of Young Voices that have been shortlisted in the Global Forum's past Young Voices essay competition. More

Join HR4D-net discussion list and exchange ideas with a global network of people who are committed to research for health and development.

Partner with the Global Forum

Partnerships and collaboration are integral to the Global Forum’s principles of inclusion and to making most impact with limited resources. Contact us to partner with the Global Forum for Health Research.

Request publications

The Global Forum for Health Research provides impartial evidence and tools for decision-makers in research, funding and policy to improve the health of poor populations everywhere through research. Request publications, free of charge (including shipping).

Submit an event

The Global Forum events calendar features third-part events related to research and innovation for health and health equity, taking place around the world. Submit an event that falls into this category. The Global Forum reserves the right to decline submissions.

Submit Young Voices essay

Each year, the Global Forum and The Lancet invite young professionals (under 30) working on or interested in the broad spectrum of research for health to participate in their Young Voices essay competition.

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Support the Global Forum

Thanks to the continuing commitment from its donors, the Global Forum is able to assist, link and influence decision-makers in research, funding and policy to enhance health and health equity. Contact us to support the Global Forum for Health Research financially.

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