9 billion for USAID's global health programs (House level: $2.
What does GHP stand for?
GHP stands for Global Health Programs (various universities)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 119 other meanings of GHP in our Acronym Attic
- Generic Host Process
- GeoExchange Heat Pump
- Georgia Health Partnership
- Georgia Highway Patrol
- Geothermal Heat Pump
- GESAMP Hazard Profile
- GEWEX Hydrometeorological Panel
- Girmit Heritage Party (Fiji)
- Glast Heim Prison (Ragnarok)
- Global Health Productivity
- Global Humanitarian Platform (International Council of Voluntary Agencies; Switzerland)
- Glomerular Hydrostatic Pressure (urology)
- Go Home Productions (UK)
- Good Hand Partner (gaming)
- Good Handling Practices (food safety)
- Good Hygienic Practices
- Google Home Page
- Governor's Honors Program
- Grand High Priest
- Greater Helsinki Promotion
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rabin Martin has been a driving force behind numerous high profile global health programs, including the United Nations Foundation's Every Woman, Every Child initiative to raise global commitments for women and children's health; strategic planning for NGOs, foundations and universities in several countries; and global corporate reputation, policy, access to medicines and community relations programs for Fortune 100 companies, including Johnson & Johnson and Merck & Co.
According to the new report, the president should underscore this commitment by creating a White House Interagency Committee on Global Health headed by a senior White House official to plan, prioritize, and coordinate budgeting for the nation's global health programs and activities.
The global health programs are funded from the CS/D account with the exception of family planning, which is currently financed from DA funds and other accounts.
Calls for a $1 billion increase for existing global health programs, including a $275 million increase to fight HIV/AIDS.
An introduction by the book's editor, Eric Ram, director of Global Health Programs of World Vision International, provides the reader with an overview of the material organized in four sections.
She has envisioned, implemented and contributed to major global health programs and policies which have impacted the health of people worldwide.
These relationships serve to support the medical center's strategic effort to develop global health programs worldwide.