The CAGH is an active network of individual and organizational members coming together to improve global health, health equity and systems strengthening in Canada and worldwide.
CAGH members include international development practitioners, healthcare professionals, academics, students, researchers, political and social scientists, and anyone with an interest in global health, as well as academic institutions, professional societies and civil society organizations.
By becoming a member, you join a diverse and committed community speaking with a unified voice to shape Canada’s role in addressing critical global health priorities.
Membership is a way to participate in CAGH’s work addressing critical global health needs, building the next generation of health actors and leaders, and of ensuring that you stay informed and connected through member-only resources and forums. As an insider to the conversations, you’ll have greater opportunities to share your perspectives, learn from your colleagues and access CAGH resources.
Membership is available to individuals or organizations anywhere in the world working in – or interested in – global health and the objectives of CAGH.
CAGH Membership Categories
- Individuals based in high-income countries (HIC)
- Students and young professionals
- Individuals based in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC)
If you are interested in becoming an institutional member of CAGH, please send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*CAGH encourages the participation of organizations or institutions based in low- and middle-income countries.