Health Systems

Looking Toward the Future: Innovation for Global Health Impact

This blog post was written by Emily Kiser, Program Manager, Triangle Global Health Consortium. The Triangle Global Health Consortium is a non-profit member organization representing institutions and individuals from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, the international health development NGO community, the faith community, and academia.  The Consortium’s mission is to establish North Carolina as an international center…

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More than an Outbreak

This blog post was written by Global Health Council (GHC) President & Executive Director Loyce Pace.  I had the privilege this month of traveling with members of U.S. Congress and other global health stakeholders to Sierra Leone as part of a CARE Learning Tour. Such trips are designed to expose policymakers, donors, the media, or…

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Local Participation is the Key to Success in Global Health Security

This guest post was originally published by Management Sciences for Health. The post is written by Ashley Arabasadi and is an overview of “Getting Local with Global Health Security,” a World Health Assembly side-event co-sponsored by partners under the Global Health Security Agenda Consortium including MSH, the Global Health Council, Resolve to Save Lives at Vital Strategies,…

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‘To be horrified by inequality and early death and not have any kind of plan for responding — that would not work for me.’

This guest post was originally published in the Harvard Gazette and was written by Alvin Powell, Harvard Staff Writer.  Partners in Health’s mission is to provide a preferential option for the poor in health care. By establishing long-term relationships with sister organizations based in settings of poverty, Partners In Health strives to achieve two overarching goals: to bring…

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The Answer for Indigenous Mothers? Native Midwives

This guest post was originally posted on the Frontline Health Workers Coalition (FHWC) website and is written by Joy Marini of Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact and Global Health Council Board Member. Johnson & Johnson invests in people on the front lines of care as they change the trajectory of health for the world’s most vulnerable…

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More Than a Story: Takeaways From the Health Heroes Plus Social Good Summit

This guest post was originally posted on the Frontline Health Workers Coalition (FHWC) website. It was written by Temi Omilabu of IntraHealth International, and the Frontline Health Workers Coalition. The Frontline Health Workers Coalition is an alliance of United States-based organizations working together to urge greater and more strategic U.S. investment in frontline health workers in low-…

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One in 50: When It Comes To Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Too Many Health Care Facilities Are Being Left Behind

This blog was written by Danielle Zielinski, Sanitation Policy Project Officer at WaterAid as part of Global Health Council’s Member Spotlight Series. WaterAid is an international not-for-profit determined to reach everyone, everywhere with clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene, within a generation. WaterAid is a 2018 Global Health Council member. When you’re sick, you’re likely…

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The WHO and the Public-Private Partnerships Debate

This post was written by Elizabeth Montgomery Collins, MD, MPH, DTM, Global Health Council individual member and delegate to the 142nd WHO Executive Board meeting. In January, Global Health Council (GHC) hosted a delegation to the 142nd Session of the World Health Organization (WHO)’s Executive Board (EB) Session. View complete WHO EB updates. A recurring theme…

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To Move Forward Is To Move Together: Creating Collective Action Through Roundtables

This post was written by Melissa Chacko, Policy Associate, Global Health Council. The global health advocacy community is diverse and functions as a conglomerate of roundtables, working groups, and coalitions (hereafter referred to as Roundtables). Roundtables can work independently or collectively, bringing advocates and researchers across various sectors together to discuss global health policy issues and…

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