The Center for Global Health at the Colorado School of Public Health is a multidisciplinary center that engages faculty, fellows, residents, and students to develop transformative interventions for global health problems.
A WHO Collaborating Center
The maternal and child health division of the center is a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center for Promoting Family and Child Health. This division, a partnership between Children’s
Hospital Colorado and the Colorado School of Public Health, is one of only two programs in the Americas to receive this designation.
We work to improve health and healthcare in communities around the world,
through interdisciplinary collaboration within our universities and with partners in research, education, and health services.
We work with under-resourced communities for better healthcare, better health, and a better future.
We target issues from an interdisciplinary approach using various perspectives and disciplines.
We are involved in research projects that are focused on improving health and healthcare.