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A great benefit of CCIH membership is networking with our list of 165 organizations. 
The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) is an international association of intentionally Christian colleges and universities. Founded in 1976 with 38 members, the Council has grown to 110 members in North America and 75 affiliate institutions in 24 countries. The CCCU is a nonprofit organization headquartered in the Historic Capitol Hill district of Washington, D.C
Founded in 1991, GHEC is a consortium of faculty and health care educators dedicated to global health education in health professions schools and residency programs.
  • Global Health Modules  These learning modules are on a wide variety of topics which students can review either on their own or in instructor-led courses. As of February 2009 over 50 modules are available and by mid-2009 GHEC expects to post another 70. 
A coalition of international health-focused organizations and individuals with a university presence.


Become a member of CCIH and get a FREE Global Health Council membership, too! (A $60 savings).
The is a site for students from around the world and in keeping with The Lancet. It has a strong focus on global health.
Social Entrepreneurship
This competition is held once a year by University of Washington Foster School of Business. Competition plans may cover a broad range of subjects, for example: healthcare, education, the environment, energy, information and communication technology, social services, agriculture, and manufacturing. 


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