As we face great health and humanitarian challenges both domestically and globally, it is essential to bring NGOs, industry, government, military, academia, and others together to examine and discuss present and future priorities, practices, and strategies surrounding these critical areas. The primary objectives of the conference are to articulate the opportunities and challenges in humanitarian response and global health, both from a public and a corporate/economic perspective, create awareness for innovation and collaboration opportunities, and establish priorities for NGOs, corporations, and government in terms of their strategies, policies, and investments.
Partners provide leadership and support in the success of the 2017 Conference, receiving the highest-level recognition and visibility including:
Gold sponsors provide key support for the success of the 2018 Conference and receive high-level recognition and visibility including:
Silver sponsors are considered as significant supporters of the 2017 Conference and receive the following recognition and visibility:
We are very grateful for all levels of sponsorship, and our Supporters are important collaborators for the 2018 conference. Supporters receive the following recognition, in addition to any specific visibility that may be associated with their contribution:
For questions relating to sponsoring our event, please contact:
Georgia Institute of Technology
Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems
404.385.1432 | J.Cooper@ISYE.GaTech.edu
Please make gift checks payable to: The Georgia Tech Foundation. We look forward to hearing from you and we hope you'll strongly consider joining us in investing in the future.
The Health & Humanitarian Conference series is organized each year by the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) at Georgia Tech in partnership with INSEAD, MIT, and Northeastern University, with generous support from corporate and other organizational sponsors.
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