We work to achieve health equity for vulnerable groups and individuals around the world through research, education and partnership.
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Where We Work
DGHI faculty, staff and students collaborate with organizations and communities across the globe to train students, conduct research and pursue global health solutions. This map shows where faculty and students worked in the past year.
Duke researchers led 251 global health-related research projects that received new or renewed funding totaling $121 million in 2019-20.View projects
DGHI faculty, staff and students are engaged in projects and partnerships in 33 countries across the globe.Explore partnership locations
DGHI hosts education programs for undergraduate, master's degree, medical and doctoral students from a broad range of disciplines.See education programs
Voices of DGHI
The word “burnout” has been used a lot during the COVID-19 pandemic to describe healthcare and community workers who’ve been pulling long hours, risking their own well-being to do their jobs, and witnessing unprecedented suffering and death.
Education & Training
DGHI prepares learners at every level to understand and address health disparities affecting communities in the United States and countries around the world.