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‘Science Speaks’ Discusses Remarks Made At CGD Event On LGBT Rights In Developing World

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: On sexual minorities, development, and Uganda and more, Barney Frank notes: “You didn’t tell me to mind my own business when I was pushing for a billion dollars in debt relief…” Antigone Barton, senior writer and editor of “Science Speaks,” discusses remarks made…

Registration Data, Digital Health Tools Critical To Eliminate Mother-To-Child HIV Transmission

Devex: How real numbers can eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV Patricia Mechael, principal and policy lead at HealthEnabled and faculty member at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies “…The simple act of registering pregnant women — and their newborn children — within the health system is providing the…

PEPFAR’s Efforts Impact Global Health Diplomacy, Panelists At Bipartisan Policy Center Event Say

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Global health is currency for peace and security, say panelists Rabita Aziz, policy research coordinator for the Center for Global Health Policy, discusses remarks from panelists at an event launching the Bipartisan Policy Center’s report on PEPFAR’s role in advancing health diplomacy. Panel members…

Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Analysis On Donor Government Assistance For Family Planning In 2014

Kaiser Family Foundation: Donor Government Assistance for Family Planning in 2014 This new Kaiser Family Foundation analysis examines donor government international funding for family planning in 2014. The analysis finds that “donor governments provided U.S.$1.4 billion to support bilateral family planning programs in low- and middle-income countries, an increase of…

Bipartisan Bill Would Help Solidify U.S. Strategy To End Preventable Maternal, Child Mortality

The Hill: Maternal mortality is a problem we can solve Diana Ohlbaum, independent consultant, co-chair of the Accountability Working Group of the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network, and principal of Turner4D “…The reasons why progress [toward ending preventable maternal and child deaths] has been lagging are technically simple but politically complex.…

Obama Administration Should Make TB Top Priority

New York Times: Why Tuberculosis Is Back Joanne Carter, executive director of RESULTS “…[T]he biggest problem we face with tuberculosis is not scientific. It’s political. TB has climbed up the list of major killers worldwide, but it’s stuck at the bottom of the list of political priorities. We need look…

Blog Post Explores ‘Tobacco Carve-Out’ In TPP, Public Health Implications

Health Affairs Blog: Trade, Health, And Tobacco Exceptionalism: The TPP Tobacco Carve-Out Wendy E. Parmet, an associate dean and professor at Northeastern University School of Law and director of the school’s Program on Health Policy and Law, discusses “the so-called tobacco carve-out” in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement and its…

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