The Global Strategy Lab was created to respond to an increasingly interdependent world where health and well-being are intrinsically shaped by circumstances, decisions, and events occurring in far-away places and mysterious spaces.
Pandemics spread between countries within hours, medicines are manufactured by varying standards, food supply lines are globally integrated, and climate change continues unabated. The costs and potential benefits of globalization have never been greater, but managing these risks and reaping these rewards depends on achieving global collective action among the world’s governments, civil society organizations, businesses, and international agencies.
There is a critical need and great opportunity to strengthen global strategies for improved health and well-being worldwide with synthesized evidence, new approaches, and collective action. The Global Strategy Lab responds to capacity limitations by developing new methods for studying global interventions and training the next generation in how to use and/or benefit from them.