Forbes, Skoll Foundation Interview USAID Assistant Administrator For Global Health

In partnership with the Skoll World Forum, Forbes features an interview with Ariel Pablos-Méndez, assistant administrator for global health at USAID. Rahim Kanani of the Skoll Foundation discusses child survival in the developing world with Pablos-Méndez. According to the interview transcript, Pablos-Méndez highlights “some of the key facts, figures and trends we should be aware of,” discusses how “child survival fit[s] into the larger USAID global health strategy,” and notes how “the idea of measurement and evidence [has] evolved in terms of addressing not only child mortality, but global health more broadly,” among other issues (6/10).

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