Global Health Works: Social Media Toolkit

About

Global Health Council, in collaboration with the global health advocacy community, provides the Global Health Briefing Book as a resource to document how U.S. investments have made a difference in people’s lives around the world. These briefs represent the work of a wide group of global health experts. The Global Health Briefing Book demonstrates how integrating and coordinating global health programs lead to overall improved health of individuals worldwide.

The launch of the briefing book took place on February 15, 2017 on Capitol Hill with members of Congress and their staff and the global health advocacy community.

We appreciate your help in spreading the word about the publication, which is available online at: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Below are prepared tweets for you to use as they are, or you can adapt them to reflect your organization’s programs.

Remember to tag @GlobalHealthOrg and use the primary hashtag #GlobalHealthWorks.

For questions, please contact dheiberg@globalhealth.org.


General Posts

{SHARE} @GlobalHealthOrg launches #GlobalHealthWorks briefing book for the 115th Congress. Access it here: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org

{SHARE} @GlobalHealthOrg newest version of #globalhealth briefing book is here! Browse it: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org #GlobalHealthWorks

{SHARE} Looking for a resource on #globalhealth? Check out @GlobalHealthOrg #GlobalHealthWorks briefing book: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org


Issue Areas

Peruse the issue areas, or jump down to the issue you would like to promote:

 


Disability

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{SHARE} #GlobalHealthWorks to provide support to people living with disabilities. +Info: http://bit.ly/2lR1lbO pic.twitter.com/WJ3kdfpGjs

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Did you know that emergency contexts, including refugee migration, natural disasters, wars and conflicts, or disease outbreaks, are likely to cause new disabilities, and affect those persons already living with disabilities? Learn more: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org. @GlobalHealthWorks

Family Planning & Reproductive Health

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{SHARE} U.S. investments in #FPRH are essential to advancing #SDG3 & #SDG5 +Info: http://bit.ly/2kSFbZ0 #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/rgOzFI2iYX

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Robust investments in family planning and reproductive health are essential to achieving #genderequality and ending preventable maternal and child deaths globally. In 2016, 27 million people received contraceptive services through U.S.-funded programs. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Frontline Health Workers

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{SHARE} Investment in health workers bears tremendous economic returns. +Info: http://bit.ly/2lhmTSc #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/5Lu7P8bOt7

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The U.S. government’s goals of ending preventable child and maternal deaths, achieving an AIDS-free generation, and ensuring global health security cannot be achieved without significantly increasing support to strengthen the global frontline health workforce. Read more: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org #HealthWorkersCount #GlobalHealthWorks

Global Health Security

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{SHARE} #GlobalHealthSecurity matters because diseases are borderless! +Info: http://bit.ly/2lhAqt2 #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/YEx9FXTTpD

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Over 31,000 epidemiologists in 72 countries have been trained on how to detect and rapidly respond to outbreaks, which protects Americans from disease epidemics and promotes global health security. Learn more: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.  #GlobalHealthWorks

Health in Humanitarian Response

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{SHARE} Health Systems in fragile states continue to serve populations in need: http://bit.ly/2lhoEz0 #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/lA0jA7vEo1

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Health systems in fragile states tend to be overextended and struggle to meet the needs of vulnerable populations. They require global support! The U.S. government should remain a global leader in humanitarian health response. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Health Research and Development

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{SHARE} New R&D tools benefit both domestic and global health security. +Info: http://bit.ly/2lL9aDT #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/h9GRf4ofMD

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Ground-breaking innovations should be at the heart of our efforts to prepare for the next #epidemic. U.S investments in R&D will help ensure we never face another Zika, Ebola, or Yellow Fever outbreak. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Health Systems Strengthening (HSS)

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{SHARE} Key recommendations for strengthening #healthsystems worldwide: http://bit.ly/2ljnTVq #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/NDCCHbAKiy

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Functioning public and private #healthsystems are essential to the success of disease-specific health initiatives and to meeting the U.S. global health goals of ending preventable child and maternal deaths. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

HIV/AIDS

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{SHARE} Sustained U.S. investments can help reach vulnerable populations to #EndAIDS by 2030. +Info: http://bit.ly/2l8gvKB  pic.twitter.com/XtJlCav4K6



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Through U.S. government investments in global HIV/AIDS programming, the U.S. is leading the world toward remarkable progress against the epidemic and achieving the 90–90–90 global goals by 2020. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Malaria

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{SHARE} @PMIgov has made significant strides in eradicating malaria. +Info: http://bit.ly/2lQHd9w #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/piLgA3CvRK

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Funding from the U.S government has helped steer malaria-elimination efforts worldwide. Some of the most endemic regions, such as the Southern Province of Zambia, have recorded up to ten-fold declines in malaria cases and deaths over the last 15 years. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Maternal and Child Health

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{SHARE} Since 1990, maternal and child deaths have been halved. +Info: http://bit.ly/2ljY33H #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/ELKgOw26VV

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Since 1990, the annual number of child and maternal deaths has been more than halved. Continued U.S leadership and support, through bilateral partnerships and multilateral stakeholder is needed to achieve further progress in ending preventable child and maternal deaths globally. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

mHealth

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{SHARE} U.S.-funded #mHealth programs link pregnant women to health services: http://bit.ly/2kxLMVt #GlobalHealthWorks  pic.twitter.com/BHNlHM9CIZ

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South Africa’s MomConnect project sends text messages to pregnant women and new mothers to help them care for themselves and their children and encourages them to seek health care. More stories on #mHealth in the Global Health Briefing Book: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org  #GlobalHealthWorks

Neglected Tropical Disease (NTDs)

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{SHARE} With continued U.S. leadership and support, we can #BeatNTDs! +Info: http://bit.ly/2lQKgPp. #GlobalHealthWorks  pic.twitter.com/D89MmWTM3T

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Since 2014, the USAID NTD Program has been investing in research and development to ensure that promising new breakthrough medicines can be rapidly evaluated, registered, and made available to patients afflicted with neglected tropical diseases. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs)

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{SHARE} U.S. investments are leading global action against NCDs! Learn how: http://bit.ly/2kqjFMN #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/mEM5WHs1Of

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In the global effort to address NCDs, cost is not the problem, inaction is. Over the next 15 years, economic losses from NCDs are projected to reach $47 trillion. U.S. global health investments in low- and middle-income countries can help curb this threat. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Nutrition

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{SHARE} Adequate #nutrition is essential to child survival & development. +Info: http://bit.ly/2lQq7Zt #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/8r3XSuUvi4

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Integration of nutrition in early child development programs will improve child survival rates and help the next generation reach its full potential. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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{SHARE} Learn what U.S. involvement with @UN agencies means for #globalhealth: http://bit.ly/2lQE5uC #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/9dQaMd8OyS

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U.S. global health priorities and investments are critical contributions to achieving #SDG3. Investments in cross-cutting health concerns such as WASH, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and nutrition, have helped millions of children reached their 5th birthday who might otherwise not have, and has reduced preventable maternal deaths by half. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Tuberculosis (TB)

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{SHARE} @USAID’s efforts to #EndTB are yielding tremendous results! +Info: http://bit.ly/2kpQDNm #GlobalHealthWorks pic.twitter.com/NbYttBAUph
{SHARE} @USAID @USAIDGH’s TB programs link suspect #TB patients to testing & treatment services. +Info: http://bit.ly/2kpQDNm #GlobalHealthWorks

 

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In FY 2015, with investments of $242 million focused primarily in 23 countries with bilateral TB funds, the U.S. government assisted more than 70,000 people with MDR-TB gain access to appropriate treatment. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Vaccines and Immunization

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{SHARE} #Vaccines save lives! Another example of how and why #GlobalHealthWorks +Info: http://bit.ly/2kxDDQB @GAVI pic.twitter.com/9b4kNg4eVC

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Through USAID, the U.S. government invests annually in Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, which has supported the immunization of nearly 580 million children since 2000 and prevented approximately 8 million deaths. Learn why #GlobalHealthWorks: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org.

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)

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{SHARE} Investments in #WASH improve health across sectors including; #nutrition #genderequality. +Info: http://bit.ly/2lKZf0Y  pic.twitter.com/SDSdRitYzX

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As of 2015, more than 7.6 million people have received improved access to drinking water supply and more than 4.3 million people have received improved access to sanitation. Learn more about the impacts of WASH in the Global Health Briefing Book: www.ghbb.globalhealth.org. #GlobalHealthWorks