Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health  

Welcome to the Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health

The Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health is based at Glasgow Caledonian University and aims to transform the lives of the poorest through pioneering research examining the relationship between social business and health improvement.

Named after the Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, the centre's unique research evaluates the impact of social business creation on the lives and health of disadvantaged communities in Glasgow and overseas.

The first holder of the Yunus Chair in Social Business and Health is Professor Cam Donaldson, one of the world's foremost health economists.

The Yunus Centre works closely with the Institutes for Applied Health Research and Society & Social Justice Research as well as the wider University and international collaborators.