Capabilities Statement

Capabilities Statement

 Our Value Proposition:

  • CGHE aims to weave a thread through USU and DoD GHE endeavors while also ensuring alignment with larger USG efforts.
  • CGHE strives to achieve economies of scale to better support the DoD, Joint Force, Combatant Commands, Service Components and Military Departments across mhealth-related operations.
  • CGHE has engaged with 3,000+ government, civilian and military officials in 50+ countries since 1998.
  • CGHE is uniquely postured to access subject matter experts in all relevant areas for DoD GHE, disaster preparedness and security cooperation.
  • CGHE staff, with a combined 130+ years of experience, operates successfully in multicultural contexts and in some of the world’s most challenging environments.
  • CGHE applies the highest professional standards to its work, with expert program design and thorough execution, development, and delivery of a wide range of impactful courses and implementation of sound research, assessment, monitoring and evaluation practices.

CGHE Core Competencies in Global Health:

  • Doctrine and Partnerships
  • Training and Professional Development
  • Programs and Joint Force Support
  • Research
  • Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation

Current and Legacy Programs:

  • Global Capacity Building:
    • Defense Threat Reduction Agency Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (DTRA-CBEP)
    • U.S. Pacific Command Pacific Asia India Resilience - Disaster Preparedness Initiative (PAIR-DPI)
  • Course Offerings:
    • Fundamentals of GHE (FOGHE)
    • Health Context, Culture and Communication (HCCC)
    • Global Health Strategies for Security (GHSS)
    • Military Medical Humanitarian Assistance Course (MMHAC)
    • USU School of Medicine and Graduate Program Courses
  • Studies
    • Measures Of Effectiveness in Defense Engagement and Learning (MODEL)
    • Improving Processes and Coordination in Theater (IMPACT)