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Global Health and Human Security

JCIE's Global Health and Human Security Program encourages Japan and other wealthy countries to translate their commitments on improving global health into concrete action. Through its international research and dialogue projects, the program seeks to develop a better understanding of the critical value of human security to global health and aims to explore ways for Japan to enhance its leadership role in global health over the long term and to build domestic and international support for such a role. (Read more)

Program Activities

Japan's Global Health and Human Security Policy—Advising Policymakers


Lessons from Japan's Health System—Disseminating Lessons Learned


Promoting Health and Human Security—Tackling Health Issues Through a Human Security Lens


Global Health Outreach Activities


List of Program Activities

Global Health and Human Security Program Executive Committee Members

Publications

Japan: Universal Healthcare at 50 Years

UK medical journal the Lancet and JCIE teamed up to develop a special series on Japan's healthcare system.

Global Action for Health System Strengthening: Policy Recommendations to the G8

Working Group on Challenges in Global Health and Japan's Contributions



Doing Well by Doing Good

Edited by Susan Hubbard and Satoko Itoh, editors

Fighting a Rising Tide: The Response to AIDS in East Asia

Tadashi Yamamoto and Satoko Itoh, editors