Kaiser Family Foundation Examines Intersection Between U.S. Global Health And Humanitarian Assistance Programs

The Kaiser Family Foundation today released an issue brief that examines the policy and financing landscape at the intersection of U.S. global health and international assistance programs, an email alert from the foundation states. The alert adds, “[The brief] concludes that even though discussions about coordinating and integrating these two sectors are not new, now may be a key time for building stronger connections.” The brief also “summarizes a recent roundtable discussion Kaiser hosted on the opportunities, challenges, and next steps for collaboration and coordination between these two types of programs” (10/7).

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