Experts Speak At Launch Of CGD’s New Book Examining Global Health Program Successes, Failures

Friends of the Global Fight Blog: Millions Saved: An Examination of Past Success and Predictions for the Future of Global Health
Maile Young, communications intern at Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, discusses a launch event for the Center for Global Development’s (CGD) new book, “Millions Saved: New Cases of Proven Success in Global Health.” She highlights findings from the book — which “aims to examine value for money in global health programs, as well as understand system failures” — and comments from speakers, including Amanda Glassman, vice president for programs, director of Global Health Policy, and senior fellow at CGD; Abraham Aseffa, scientific director of the Armauer Hansen Research Institute (AHRI) in Ethiopia; Samuel Ochieng of the Children’s Services Department in the Kenyan government; and Jamie Drummond, co-founder of ONE (4/11).

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