Blog Post Discusses Future Of U.S. Role In Financing Global Health

APHA’s “IH Blog”: What’s next for U.S. global health funding?
Jean Armas, program coordinator at Global Strategies, discusses the future of U.S. global health funding, writing, “The bipartisan deal reached by Congress [to keep the U.S. government funded through the end of September] provides a small glimmer of hope that Trump’s proposed cuts [for FY18] may be dead on arrival, but in such an unpredictable political climate, our collective cynicism is teaching us to expect the unexpected” (5/16).

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