Nossal Institute for Global Health - University of Melbourne
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Nossal Institute for Global Health - University of Melbourne Member

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Last update: about 22 hours ago Last update: 02 Feb, 2023
General
Jobs 0
Shortlists/Awards 6
Partners/Competitors 12

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Legal residence: Australia
Types: Consulting Organization, Academic Institution Consulting Organization, Academic Institution
Funding agencies: ADB, DFAT, USAID, WB, Other, NORAD, UNICEF, WHO, PIFS, NPO, Global Fund, UNAIDS, Gates Foundation
Sectors: Education, Gender, Health, Monitoring & Evaluation ... See more Education, Gender, Health, Monitoring & Evaluation, Public Administration, Research, Statistics
Nr. of employees: 51-200
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Status: Active

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About

Within the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at The University of Melbourne, the Nossal Institute for Global Health works to strengthen health systems and extend universal health coverage to ensure access to health care and to promote well-being across our region’s diverse communities.

The Nossal Institute works on practical solutions to pressing global concerns. We combine real-world experience with the scientific rigour of one of the world’s top universities. Our big picture perspective helps us to understand complexity and change and to integrate that understanding into country and regional strategies.

The productivity, security and resilience of nations, communities and families are founded on good health. Our team of applied researchers work towards overcoming the contemporary challenges of equitable and sustainable health service delivery and health promotion in Asia, the Pacific and across the globe.

We work in countries and regions undergoing rapid change, where aging populations, changing lifestyles, issues of social inclusion, and increasing risk are the key concerns. We support regional and global partners committed to transforming our world, working holistically towards relevant, resilient and inclusive health systems and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.

Our work benefits from, the flexibility and responsiveness of the Institute’s not-for-profit company the Nossal Institute Limited. The company enables the Nossal Institute to rapidly administer consulting services by providing finance, project management and human resource support. Nossal Institute Limited is registered as an Australian Public Company with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ABN 18 084 268 655), and the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. 

The Nossal Institute incorporates four areas of expertise:

  • Disability Inclusion for Health and Development
  • Education and Learning
  • Health Systems Governance and Financing
  • Maternal, Sexual and Reproductive Health

Our partners range from major bilateral and multilateral organisations, such as WHO, UNFPA, UNAIDS, UNICEF, the World Bank, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT), the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to non-government organizations (NGOs) including Red Cross, CBM and World Vision. We also collaborate with research institutions in Asia and the Pacific and Africa such as Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique, Indonesia’s Gadjah Mada University, Divine Word University in Papua New Guinea, Fiji School of Medicine and the Public Health Foundation of India, as well as Australian institutions including the University of Queensland, the Australian National University, University of New South Wales and the Burnet Institute.

Vision

A better future for all through stronger health systems.

Mission

To strengthen the quality, affordability and inclusiveness of health systems in the Asia Pacific through practical research, learning and development responses to contemporary health issues.

Values

The Nossal strongly endorses the global responsibility to work together to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Our work is driven by the following principles:

  • Health equity: equal access to, use of, and payment for health services and other facilities and resources, recognising the role of broad social determinants of health
  • Knowledge: being informed by and contributing to evidence based solution
  • Sustainability: long-term advances in health systems and capacity development
  • Partnership: partnerships defined by mutual respect and understanding

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Nossal Institute for Global Health - University of Melbourne — Consulting Organization, Academic Institution from Australia with 51-200 employees, has experience with Asian Development Bank (HQ), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Australia, United States Agency for International Development (USA - HQ), World Bank HQ (USA), Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, United Nations Children's Fund (HQ), World Health Organization (HQ), Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, Nonprofit organization, Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (HQ), United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (HQ), Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (HQ), it`s...
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