CSIS Publishes Report On Advancing Health In Ethiopia

The Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) on Wednesday released a report called “Advancing Health in Ethiopia.” The report examines what the U.S. can “realistically expect to achieve in its ongoing engagement in health in Ethiopia” and what the core considerations to guide future U.S. efforts should be, CSIS writes on its website (6/6). In a post in the center’s “Smart Global Health” blog, report authors J. Stephen Morrison and Suzanne Brundage, director and assistant director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, respectively, reflect on the report findings. They write, “It focuses on the complexity of the U.S.-Ethiopian bilateral relationship just prior to the June 14-15 Call to Action on Child Survival, to be held in Washington, D.C.,” adding, “[I]t examines the Global Health Initiative (GHI) experience in Ethiopia at a moment when the Obama administration is critically engaging with Congress over what modifications in the GHI approach make sense for the future” (6/6).

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