Gates Foundation Official Discusses Steps Organizations Can Take To Prepare For Possible Cuts To U.S. Global Health Spending

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“[T]he Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation still has concerns about [polio] making a comeback, particularly if the Trump administration’s budget cuts to foreign aid limit how much philanthropic bodies can work with the U.S. on public health projects in at-risk countries. Rob Nabors, director of U.S. policy, advocacy, and communications at the Gates Foundation, says the organization’s main role is offering data and best practices to countries so they can make smart health investments themselves. .. To avoid a backward slide in global health, Nabors points to a few safeguards that organizations can put in place…” (Weller, 4/26).

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