USAID Launches Inclusive Health Access Prize To Advance Effective Approaches For Improving Health Systems

USAID/Medium: An Open Call for Health Care Innovators
Bill Steiger, USAID’s chief of staff, announces the launch of USAID’s Inclusive Health Access Prize “to reward … under-appreciated approaches in which local entities have worked with governments to advance accessible, accountable, affordable, and reliable health care.” Steiger notes, “[W]e hope to discover new ideas and expertise that are already integrated in local contexts and proven to be effective. Over time, we want to replicate and expand them sustainably in USAID’s priority countries for global health” (4/9).

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