vission mission

VISION

To be the leading global public health institute for the world’s critical health challenges affecting disadvantaged communities.

 

MISSION

To create innovative public health leaders and solutions through cutting-edge, experiential Education, Training, Research and Advocacy.

 

OVERVIEW

BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health was founded in 2004 in Dhaka, Bangladesh to address the unmet public health challenges particular to Asia, Africa and South America.

In realising that developing country public health needs require immersive, community based teaching and learning to provide locally innovated research and sustainable health solutions, the School's Institutional partners are: 

-     BRAC, the world’s largest NGO, reaching over 100 million people in Bangladesh and working in 9 countries in Africa and Asia

-      Icddr,b, a leading international health research institute, which fosters innovation in the development and delivery of global life-saving solutions

The School is at BRAC University, a premier higher education and development research institution

The School draws from Bangladesh’s remarkable public health achievements as well as BRAC Health’s nationwide services and BRAC International’s Health programmes in South Asia and Africa. JPGSPH therefore offers unparalleled real-life, community-centric teaching, learning and research experiences on critical and emerging national and global public health challenges.

The School applies an interdisciplinary integration of Education, Training, Research and Advocacy to diverse health challenges such as, Maternal & Reproductive Health, Nutrition, Gender Equity, Sanitation, Non-communicable Diseases, Urbanisation and Climate Change.  Thereby positioning JPGSPH to lead and innovate public health learning, investigation, policy and implementation.

The School builds capacity by preparing individuals to become public health leaders, practitioners, critical thinkers, researchers, advocates, and stewards of public health and policy at local, national and international levels. 

BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health was founded in 2004 in Dhaka, Bangladesh to address the unmet public health challenges particular to Asia, Africa and South America.

 

In realising that developing country public health needs require immersive, community based teaching and learning to provide locally innovated research and sustainable health solutions, the School's Institutional partners are: