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Global Health Roundup~08/20/2018

AIDS 2018: Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges In Amsterdam this July, the 22nd International AIDS Conference brought together thousands of voices from the program, policy, governance, research, communication and activist realms that were all united in the fight to end AIDS. GHC members and partners drove many of the conversations from Management Sciences for Health’s conversation with Mark Dybul on how…

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U.S. State Department: Making the global local

The U.S. State Department benefits the American people by advancing U.S. national security, promoting their economic interests, providing services, and reaffirming the country’s exceptional role in the world. This resource from the U.S. State Department represents just some of the direct impacts State Department programs have in American communities, bringing their global impact closer to…

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The global fight against new HIV Infections

This blog post was written by Revati Chawla, Lead-Prevention Programming at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. The International HIV/AIDS Alliance’s mission is to put communities at the centre of the  HIV/AIDS response in order to provide effective local solutions; as they work  to end AIDS through community action. They are a 2018 Global Health Council Member.…

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Global Health Roundup~07/16/2018

PMNCH Searching for Civil Society or Youth Representatives for the GFF Investors Group The Global Financing Facility (GFF) Investors Group regularly brings together key investors in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) and nutrition to strengthen partnerships and optimize country-level health financing. Investors include governments, civil society organizations, the private sector, UN agencies,…

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NCD Advocacy Resources for Youth by Youth

As a follow-up to the Call to Action: Youth, NCDs, & 2018, NCD Child is sharing 2 new resources developed by youth advocates to help promote the inclusion of young people in policy-making and policy targets.  Over the past 6 months, young advocates have continued to be vocal about the need for policy makers, civil society, and others to walk the…

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Advancing Synergy: Laying the Foundation for Impactful Partnerships

This blog post was written by Dr Arti Patel Varanasi, Founder, President and CEO, and Dr Mychelle Farmer, Chief Medical Officer at Advancing Synergy. Advancing Synergy’s mission is to develop innovations that empower individuals and impact communities to achieve better health. They are a 2018 Global Health Council Member and actively engaged with the Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD)…

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Global Health Roundup ~ 06/25/2018

Slow and Steady: Report Shows Countries are Catching up on Malaria Elimination A recent update on the E-2020 Initiative of 21 Malaria-Eliminating Countries shows steady progress is being made to eliminate one of the biggest public health threats of all time – malaria. In 2017, the world snapped into attention when WHO reported that malaria progress had…

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Advocacy Update ~ June 25, 2018

This post was written by Danielle Heiberg, Senior Manager, Policy and Advocacy and Melissa Chacko, Policy Associate. FY 2019 Bills Marked Up, Senate Rejects Rescissions, Green Testifies, and Reorganization  It was busy on Capitol Hill last week with the release of the State and Foreign Operations bills in both the House and the Senate, a…

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The End of Cervical Cancer

This guest post was written by Vivien Tsu, an Associate Director in the Reproductive Health Program at PATH. It was originally posted on PATH’s website on May 21. For 40 years, PATH has been a pioneer in translating bold ideas into breakthrough health solutions, with a focus on child survival, maternal and reproductive health, and infectious diseases. PATH…

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Advocacy Update ~ June 11, 2018

This post was written by Danielle Heiberg, Senior Policy and Advocacy Manager, and Melissa Chacko, Policy Associate. White House Withdraws Ebola Rescission Early last week, the White House made a number of modifications to its proposed rescission package, including a removal of the rescission of $252 million in remaining unobligated Ebola response funding. The modifications…

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