Becoming a Member

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Membership Criteria

IANPHI has two membership categories: 

National Member: Those qualified for national membership are NPHIs that conduct public health functions, as defined in the NPHI Framework. The Secretariat will determine an applicant's eligibility based upon how fully the organization meets the criteria in the IANPHI Framework.

In countries with two or more institutes with NPHI functions, two institutes may be accepted as national members. However, only one member will have voting status. 

Associate Member: An associate member is an institute or organization from a country that does not currently have an NPHI but has potential for NPHI creation or has been designated as a potential NPHI by the national government. 
 

Application process:

Organizations interested in membership should complete a Membership Application form, Member Profile and an NPHI Survey

Applications are reviewed by the Secretariat, which makes recommendations to the Executive Board based on the information provided by the applicant.  Membership requests approved by the Executive Board are then voted on at the next General Assembly. 

New Member Application to the International Association of Public Health Institutes 

New Member Profile for the International Association of Public Health Institutes

New Member Survey for the International Association of Public Health Institutes

Member Dues: 

Basic annual fee 2015 for IANPHI National Member institutes:

World Bank classification IANPHI Annual Fee
Low income or low middle income countries: 500 $ / 375 €
Upper middle income countries: 3000 $ / 2253 €
High income countries: 9000 $ / 6759 €
     

• Associate Members pay the half of the National Member fee.

• Countries with more than one IANPHI member institute: each institute pays 2/3 of the fee of an National Member.

• Members may pay the dues either in US Dollars or in Euros (OANDA Rate® January 2014)

New Member Application

Membership Benefits

  • Participation in a community of global leaders with the collective ability to take action in support of national, regional, and global public health goals
  • Access to the expertise, experience, and capacity of colleagues facing common issues
  • Opportunities to enhance leadership skills
  • Improved ability to perform core public health functions
  • Improved ability to further your organization's human development and capacity building goals
  • Opportunities to provide and receive peer assistance