2021 Global Health Briefing Book
The Global Health Briefing Book is a resource for well-informed decision-making on issues involving U.S. engagement in global health. Global Health Council provides this briefing book as a resource to document how American investments make a difference in people’s lives around the world. Each brief provides additional information about the state of global health and provides recommendations for additional action. The Policy Index outlines congressional action over the last two years. We hope U.S. policymakers find this set of recommendations useful in making critical decisions regarding ongoing global health programs and partnerships that facilitate equitable and accessible healthcare for all.
Global Health Roundup
Washington, D.C. (April 9, 2021) – The Biden Administration released a preview of its Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 budget proposal – the traditional first step in the budget process that…
Administration News Gayle Smith to lead COVID-19 and global health security at State Department On April 5, Secretary of State Antony Blinken named Gayle E. Smith as Coordinator for Global…
By Mariana Becerra and Amanda Van Duym, co-chairs of Global Health Council’s MNCH Roundtable Women stand at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, working as health care workers, caregivers,…
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.
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$ that GHC is asking U.S. Congress for in FY20
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# of global health events recorded on the community calendar
Connect & Convene Champions
# of GHC members, partners, and supporters
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