Duke Global Health Institute Experts Discuss Need For Common Definition Of ‘Global Public Goods For Health’

Brookings Institution’s “Future Development”: We need a consensus on the definition of ‘global public goods for health’
Gavin Yamey, director and professor; Osondu Ogbuoji, deputy director and head of research; and Kaci Kennedy, policy associate, all of the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health at the Duke Global Health Institute, discuss the growing attention to global public goods (GPGs) for health and challenges surrounding the lack of a common definition for GPGs (11/20).

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