Matahari is a global health research and policy group
working on integrating Global South expertise in global health initiatives.
Global health analysesBuilding a comprehensive understanding of socio-economic and human rights factors to disease outbreaks, drawing upon and partnering with communities most affected by diseases.
Promoting equal partnership of civil societySupporting civil society groups track advocacy, reach decision-makers and international press, and create impacts for their societies.
Qualitative and quantitative researchPartnering with academic institutions and civil society organizations in the Global South on impactful and descriptive research on underserved populations.
Technical supportConnecting governments with experts, bring LMIC government input into policy discussions on the global stage, and supporting these governments and international civil society with research and technical documents to convince domestic, regional, and global stakeholders of policy goals.
Examples of our work