Supercourse Supporters

The Global Health Network Supercourse could not exist without the continued generous support from the funding agencies and individual donors. We would like to take this opportunity to thank funding agencies and individuals who donated their resources to our global effort. If you are interested in sponsoring the Supercourse, please visit our donations page at

Funding Agencies

CDC 24/7: Saving Lives. Protecting People.™

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National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory (NPPTL) as part of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) ) within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

July 2012 - July 2014

Library of Alexandria, Egypt
2008 - present
Supercourse of science, agriculture, SWAT teams and Research Methods Help Desk

Development of the Supercourse of Science; development of specialized Supercourse in the area of agriculture; building prevention SWAT teams

Jewish Healthcare Foundation


July 2012 - Nov 2012

U.S. Agency for International Development Central Asian Global Health Supercourse 2011-2012
This project is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). 
World Diabetes Foundation
Diabetes Supercourse (DS) for the MENA Region

Establishment of the Network of Diabetes Professionals and holding Diabetes Research Methods Training Seminar in Alexandria
Scientific Networking and the Global Health Network Supercourse Advanced Research Workshop, NATO
2004 - 2005
Holding a conference in Lithuania on scientific networking and the Supercourse, publishing a book
Short term exchange with Kazakhstan
Holding a Supercourse on interconnectivity of women's health organizations in Almaty, Kazakshtan
Epidemiology and the Internet, NLM, NIH
Building a library of PowerPoint lectures in the area of public health and medicine, focusing on prevention
Global Health Network (GHNet) Project, NASA
Development of the Global Health Network, Start of the Supercourse Library

Individual Donors

(listed alphabetically by last name)

Nelson A. Athehortua Henry Blackburn Steven N. Blair Joan E. Britten Christopher M. Buttery Tom D. Y. Chin Wen-Ta Chiu Eugene Garfield Foundation Frank Franklin K. L.Gupta Thomas L. Hall Robert Lee Hewitt The Injury Prevention and Disaster Medicine(c/o Wan-Chen Tsai) Ronald E. LaPorte and Janice S. Dorman I Min Lee MCG Nursing Faculty Practice Group, Inc. Danielle C. Ompad Trevor J. Orchard Jose Rigau-Perez Claudine P. Torfs Theodora Tsongas