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Announcing the new globalhealthdelivery.org!

The Global Health Delivery Project is excited to announce the launch of the newly designed globalhealthdelivery.org! In addition to making the site easier to use Read More

Pediatric Critical Care in Botswana

Botswana is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa that is widely considered a development success story. Although the country is hailed for its impressive Read More

Informal Caregivers in an Aging Society: An Interview with Len Fishman

Len Fishman, JD, is the Director of the Gerontology Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies. This Read More

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We’re reading about a new WHO leader with a vision of health care for all, and a very…

Categories: What we’re readingThe World Health Assembly election this week of Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to be the next Director General of the World Health Organization followed the release of the Trump administration’s budget proposal by one day. That led to overlapping discussions of two starkly irreconcilable views of the role that access to health care plays in a […](Read more…)


One Teenage Somali Muslim Refugee’s Admiration for her Mother

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Announcing the new globalhealthdelivery.org!

The Global Health Delivery Project is excited to announce the launch of the newly designed globalhealthdelivery.org! In addition to making the site easier to use Read More


Pediatric Critical Care in Botswana

Botswana is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa that is widely considered a development success story. Although the country is hailed for its impressive Read More


Informal Caregivers in an Aging Society: An Interview with Len Fishman

Len Fishman, JD, is the Director of the Gerontology Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies. This Read More


“Access to information literally saves lives”: free access to UpToDate in LMICs

This week, Yannis Valtis joined us for a short conversation about a new paper he and colleagues recently published in BMJ Global Health. Their study Read More


Upcoming Expert Panel: Overcoming Barriers to High-Quality TB Treatment During HIV Co-infection

While the guidelines are clear about the need to treat tuberculosis in the setting HIV infection, the reality is that many patients with HIV/TB co-infection Read More


Acceso gratuito a UpToDate en Ecuador – Free access to UpToDate in Ecuador

[English at the bottom] Como una medida de apoyo para todos los cuerpos de emergencia y profesionales de la salud que toman parte de las Read More


UNAIDS, Telecom Company Orange Test Mobile Phone Health Information Platform For People Living…

U.N. News Centre: UNAIDS piloting new mobile platform to better inform HIV patients, improve health care “Starting this month, a thousand people living with HIV in Côte d’Ivoire will receive additional health information through their mobile phones, the United Nations agency leading the world’s HIV/AIDS response announced [Wednesday]. The four-month pilot project in Abidjan is…More


Panelists Discuss U.S. Government’s Role In Accelerating Progress On Global Immunization

Health Affairs Blog: U.S. Vaccine Officials Weigh In At The Midpoint Of The Decade Of Vaccines David Fleming, vice president of public health at PATH, highlights a panel discussion at the launch of Health Affairs’ February issue on vaccines, where panelists discussed ways the U.S. can “strengthen its policies, improve coordination and leadership, and sustain financing to…More


Leaping into the Principles for Digital Development

On Leap Day, Feb 29, over 260 people, representing more than 150 organizations participated in a Digital Development event held at FHI 360. It was an effort to celebrate the newly published report, From Principle to Practice: Implementing the Principles for Digital Development. The report is based off the Principles for Digital Development, a set of best practice guidelines for development programs that utilize technology to increase impact and social change. The agenda was jam-packed and the room was abuzz with participants from sectors in civil society, health, education, technology, government and private institutions. And as the day progressed, we quickly learned that the principles can apply across all these sectors


Corrigendum to “Assessing public health policy approaches to level-up the gradient in health…

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Global Health Community, Media Must Do Better Job Of Listening To Communities Directly Affected…

CNN: What Ebola crisis can teach us about Zika David Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee “Ebola was a brutal wake-up call not only for people across West Africa, but also for the global health community whose job it is to prevent such disastrous outcomes. The United Nations, nonprofit organizations, and foreign…More


Specialization Of Health Services Can ‘Reduce Costs And Deliver Quality’

Health Affairs Blog: How Specialization Is Making Quality Care More Affordable Across The Globe Chris McCahan, chief investment officer and global sector lead for health care investments and advisory services at International Finance Corporation (IFC), discusses how specialization of health services can “reduce costs and deliver quality care in a financially sustainable way,” highlighting cardiac…More


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