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GLOBAL HEALTH WORKS

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Since 1990, infant mortality has been reduced more than

50%

worldwide

Maternal mortality has declined by over

43%

in the 19 countries where U.S. involvement has been greatest.

The proportion of undernourished people has fallen from one in five to one in nine.

WHY IT MATTERS

We are in sight of achieving an AIDS-free generation; ending preventable child and maternal deaths; and eradicating polio, Guinea worm, measles, and malaria.

BY THE NUMBERS

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$ that GHC is asking U.S. Congress for in FY19

Advocate for Investment

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# of global health events recorded on the community calendar

Connect & Convene Champions

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# of GHC members, partners, and supporters

Amplify the Community’s Voice

GLOBAL HEALTH ROUNDUP

Let’s End Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths Once and For All

June 21, 2019

At the beginning of the 21st century, several countries vowed to end preventable child and maternal deaths worldwide. To date, those verbal commitments, which were backed by substantial investments, have…

Stakeholders Commit to Improving WASH in Healthcare Facilities at Historic Gathering

June 19, 2019

Washington, DC (June 19, 2019) – Today, over 100 representatives from non-governmental organizations, academia, faith-based organizations, private institutions, media, and government joined Global Health Council (GHC) and Global Water 2020…

Patient Champion Spotlight: Bruno Carrattini

June 17, 2019

During the 2019 World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Global Health Council provided several patient champions with the opportunity to share their stories, and contribute to discussions around universal health…

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