The challenge for global health is to study the real life cases and try to produce an innovative idea for the solution of the problems for health. The students or leaders or corporate or an individual can participate to overcome challenges against global health (UBN Global Health challenge, 2011). The Global Health Council is a non profit making organization and its mission is to develop better health globally by assisting, the one who works for improvement and progress of global health. The council secures the information required to work effectively. The Global Health Council is the globe’s largest membership association which consists of corporation, NGO’s, academic institution, foundation and government agencies that coordinates for the improvement of the global health (Global Health Council, n.d.). WHO (World Health Organization) is an institution which takes initiatives for the protection of health of the global populace. It is operating since 1948 and there are more than 190 countries as the members of WHO. Every country has joined WHO to fight against certain threats related to health which may be harmful for other nations as well.Philanthropy is the ethical event in response to ‘human problems’. It is essential for free civil society. Philanthropy is love for mankind which does not have any motive to earn profit. It is done for the society and to support them for development of the economy. The practice of philanthropy is the act of random kindness. (Payton & Moody, 2008).
The act of donation is called philanthropy and it can be money, services or property. The sum can be given to an individual straight or through the non profit organizations. An individual who donates is known as philanthropist. Many corporate and institution also practice philanthropy. The corporate are socially responsible towards the society, so they donate towards the development of the society (Velasco, n.d.).
There is individual philanthropy but it is not entirely accepted as it is informal. This can be partly accepted due to lack of general incentive such as tax benefits and a formation of wealth-creation which is mainly corporate based. In the cultural context, individuals prefer to contribute something for the society. The wealthy individuals are expected to contribute in the society, to those who are needy and