Founded in 1972, the Global Health Council is a U.S.-based membership
organization that identifies world health problems and reports them to
"U.S. public, legislators, international and domestic government agencies,
academic institutions and the global health community."
The Council's work concentrates on five key issues:
- Women's Health
- Child Health
- Infectious Diseases
- Emerging Threats
The website features many of the Council's recent publications and
links to additional resources provided by other organizations.