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
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)
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
Measures Of Effectiveness in Defense Engagement and Learning (MODEL)
Improving Processes and Coordination in Theater (IMPACT)