Migration Health & Development Initiative (MHADI)

The Migrant Health and Development Initiative (MHADI) is an international partnership of academic, policy and operational organisations aiming to the world through research evidence.

MHADI activities will have a special focus on low-skilled migrant workers and their left-behind families.

MHADI aims to improve the health and wellbeing of migrants and their families through:

  • Building and strengthening the global research evidence on migrant health though research collaborations and networks
  • Providing technical advice, expertise and training to governments, international and national organizations on migrant health.
  • Identification and dissemination of best practices to promote migrant health.
  • Informing and shaping national and international migrant health policy and practice through research.

Vision

A world in which all migrants and their families can realise their full potential.

Our international partnership of academic, policy and operational organisations will work with migrants, governments, global health organisations and other stakeholders, building the research evidence on migrant health, to influence policies and laws to transform lives.