Posts Tagged ‘GHLS2015’

Women Leaders in Global Health Initiatives Sparks Thoughtful Conversation on Inclusion

This guest blog was cross-posted from Global Health Fellows Program II, and written by Stacy Terrell. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) II recently participated in the Global Health Landscape Symposium where the Global Health Council (GHC) launched the Women Leaders in Global Health Initiative (WLGHI). This event brought together thought leaders in global health from…

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Innovative Financing Mechanisms for Global Health

This blog was written by Rachel Sellstone, a Global Health Policy Research Intern at CSIS and GlobeMed Alumni. It summarizes Panel 2 from the GHLS 2015 Symposium titled Financing Health in the SDGs: What Does it Take to Open a Closed Universe of Funding? As we turn to the SDG era, discussions around innovative financing mechanisms for global…

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Three Ways to Achieve Meaningful Accountability

This blog was written by So Yoon Sim (@YoonieSim), a graduate student at Johns Hopkins SAIS and Bloomberg School of Public Health and former Global Health Corps fellow. It summarizes Panel 3 from the GHLS 2015 Symposium titled Meaningful Accountability: Rethinking Roles and Responsibilities in the SDG Era. Accountability has become part of our speech, but how…

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2015 Global Health Landscape Symposium Image Gallery

Global Health Council held its second annual Global Health Landscape Symposium on November 19, 2105 in Washington, DC titled: Achieving Universality in Global Health: An Imperative for Change. Deliberately crafted to follow the adoption of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda, the Symposium provided a high-level forum for exploration, debate and creative thinking on how we must…

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PRESS RELEASE: Global Health Council Symposium Addresses Universality in Global Health

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ – This week, prominent representatives from agencies and organizations operating across global health will come together at Global Health Council’s  Global Health Leadership Series Landscape Symposium, “Achieving Universality in Global Health: An Imperative for Change. “ Deliberately crafted to follow the adoption of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the Symposium will provide a high-level forum…

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Global Health Symposium Outcomes

This guest blog was cross-posted from Global Health Guru, and written by Tiaji Salaam-Blyther Yesterday, I served on a panel at the Global Health Landscape Symposium organized by the Global Health Council. A hearty thanks to Christine for inviting me! The event was well-attended and generated wonderful discussion. I am one of those weird people…

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Improving Childhood Nutrition in Rural Vietnam

This blog was provided by Abbott. A Partnership Between Abbott, the Abbott Fund, AmeriCares and the Giao Diem Humanitarian Foundation For many children in rural and economically depressed Vietnamese communities, malnutrition and poor health are often the predominant challenge to their success in early childhood education. In 2004, the Giao Diem Humanitarian Foundation conducted a…

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HITSystem: A Pound of Prevention

This blog was provided by Global Health Innovations. The notion of an ounce of prevention being worth a pound of cure is nothing new, but it’s a concept that takes on particular significance in the battle against HIV – where an ounce of prevention is priceless because, for the time being, there is no cure. It…

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