Swedish Institute For Global Health Transformation Established To Provide Science-Based Recommendations For Policymakers, Public

The Lancet: Swedish global health institute established with Gates grant
“A new institute for global health research based at the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm has received a start-up grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation (SIGHT) aims to have a catalytic role in global health research, galvanizing Swedish academics and producing science-based recommendations for policymakers and the public. SIGHT has received an initial US$1.2 million grant from the Gates Foundation, and aims to approach more donors as the institute takes form…” (Usher, 3/4).

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