The mission of the Division of Global Health & Human Rights is to care for the world’s most vulnerable by developing and facilitating health-care delivery, research, education, and capacity-building initiatives

Every Second Matters for Mothers and Babies - Postpartum Hemorrhage Package with Uterine Balloon Tamponade (ESM-UBT)

By introducing and evaluating a postpartum hemorrhage package with ultra-low-cost uterine balloon tamponade embedded in underserved areas of Africa, we are working to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity due to postpartum hemorrhage.

Human Trafficking Initiative

The Human Trafficing Initiative (HTI) is a multi-stage project designed to address the devastating effects of human trafficking from a healthcare perspective.

Sagam Center of Excellence in Medicine and Innovations

To meet the health needs of the Sagam community, MGH is facilitating the construction of an emergency center and the rehabilitation of an operating theater and partnering with Maseno University to create a post-graduate residency program in Emergency and Family Medicine.

Every Second Matters for Mothers and Babies - Ketamine for Painful Procedures and Emergency Cesarean Section (ESM-Ketamine)

Millions of people are not able to access basic surgical care due to a lack of anesthesia services. To address this gap, MGH is working with Sagam Community Hospital and Maseno University Medical School to implement a best evidence package on the use of Ketamine for painful procedures and emergency cesarean section.

Initiative to End Child Malnutrition

For less than $1 a day, we are working to create a model malnutrition program in rural Uganda that will train health workers, educate community members, and improve outcomes for children.

Inititiative for Peace Creation

The Initiative for Peace Creation (IPC) applies rigorous scientific thinking to the question, "How can we measure peace?"

Global Health Partnerships

The Division of Global Health and Human Rights actively partners with other departments of the MGH in order to extend its capacity in global health