CGD Blog Post Clarifies, Discusses Recommendations On U.S. Global Health Program Reform

Center for Global Development’s “Global Health Policy Blog”: You Ask, We Answer: What Would U.S. Global Health Reform Really Look Like?
Amanda Glassman, vice president for programs, director of global health policy, and senior fellow at CGD, and Rachel Silverman, senior policy analyst at CGD, discuss and clarify three recommendations on how the U.S. can restructure its global health programs: “appoint a White House global health coordinator who has the mandate, political support, and budget authority to meaningfully guide policy and enforce interagency collaboration … harmonize the approach to multilateral organizations to ensure consistency of priorities and objectives … [and] establish an office of Global Health Knowledge Exchange, Trade, and Economics” (8/3).

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