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Comprehensive transformation of the way healthcare is provided will be required to ensure the continued social and economic development of poor and rich countries alike.

We are creating sustainable healthcare solutions for the 21st Century. These include:

  • Purpose-built, frugal innovation such as mobile health and affordable medicines
  • Re-engineering the workforce by providing tools and training to non-physician community healthcare workers
  • Systemic change to healthcare delivery through financing, supply chain, and policy recommendations

We have a substantial track record for driving change and creating impact. We’ve spent more than a decade providing the evidence that has already significantly changed healthcare practice and healthcare delivery, globally.

"The world urgently requires a fundamentally different way of providing essential healthcare. The unmet needs are vast and growing, as is expenditure. The George Institute is pioneering bold new strategies designed to bring about a healthcare transformation that will benefit billions of people at a cost that will be sustainable. This vision requires the support of governments, industry, foundations and individuals who believe now is the time for a transformative change in healthcare."

Professors Stephen MacMahon and Robyn Norton
Principal Directors, The George Institute for Global Health


Key Facts

  1. A global not-for-profit organisation with centres in Sydney, Beijing, Hyderabad and Oxford
  2. Employs 400 staff worldwide with operations in 50 countries
  3. Designs ways to make essential healthcare more affordable and accessible
  4. Entrepreneurial in its thinking and innovative in its approach
  5. Ranked among the top 10 research institutions in the world for scientific impact by the SCImago Institutions Rankings (SIR) World Report, 2011 to 2013
  6. Has a growing enterprise division designed to leverage impact investments for social good

We have a number of programs in need of philanthropic gifts, from disruptive technologies to the prevention of diabetes in China and India, or support The George Institute Fellowship Program and nurture the brightest minds as they tackle some of the world’s biggest health problems.

The George Institute applies the highest levels of transparency and accountability to all our programs so our supporters can feel confident their gifts are being used according to their wishes.


Corporate partnerships

A healthy workforce is vital to the economic prosperity of any community. Equally, chronic health problems and injuries put tremendous strain on economic and social development. The George Institute’s research plays a key role in health policy formulation, helping people stay engaged in the workforce and lead more productive lives.

Whether part of a corporate social responsibility strategy, a community engagement initiative or marketing sponsorship, The George Institute collaborates closely with our corporate partners to ensure joint projects deliver meaningful and measurable results.

The Institute values its corporate partnerships and will tailor a program to suit each supporter. With a focus on staff engagement and communicating the impact of partnerships through case studies and researcher interaction, we believe cross sectoral partnerships have the capacity to bring about lasting positive change.

There are a number of ways corporate partners can support The George Institute create a healthier future for all. These include:

  • Whole or part funding a specific research project
  • Donations to a field of research
  • Supporting a PhD or Post-Doctoral research fellowship
  • Sponsoring George Institute events

Corporate partners supporting The George Institute will have access to cutting edge research and exclusive invitation-only events at The George Institute, including the Boardroom Briefings series, the World Health Day Lecture and the annual John Yu Oration, attended by some of the world’s leading thinkers and business figures.