Head Of Georgian Health Policy Group Discusses HIV/AIDS, Public Health Trends
In partnership with the Skoll World Forum, Forbes features an interview with George Gotsadze, who since 1996 has led Georgian think tank Curatio International Foundation, which focuses on health policy and health systems issues, primarily in the post-Soviet states. According to the interview transcript, Gotsadze reflects on public health in countries of the former Soviet Union, highlights “some of the ways in which non-profits can successfully partner with governments in the developing world in order to maximize impact,” discusses where “multilaterals like the [WHO] fit into today’s global health paradigm,” and “rate[s] the U.S. governments’ efforts to advance global health in comparison to other Western countries,” among other topics (Kanani, 8/8).
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