InterAction Global Health Briefing Provides Recommendations To Congress, Administration

“If the United States does not follow through on global health commitments, there could be a reversal or stagnation of recent gains in reducing maternal deaths and incidences of tuberculosis, malaria, HIV and other diseases in developing countries, warns a report published [Monday],” titled “Global Health: Investing in Our Future,” an InterAction press release states. “InterAction, in partnership with 15 other organizations, developed the global health briefing book as a resource for members of Congress and their staff on global health issues,” the press release notes. “The briefing book — supported by 37 leading [non-governmental organizations (NGOs)] — provides specific recommendations to Congress and the administration” on global health-related goals and includes individual briefs on 14 different topics, according to the press release (4/8).