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Ambassador Michael Pelletier 21h
Nice write-up about my visit to our health programs in Joffreville! ; ; @MahefaMiaraka
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USAID Global Health Oct 21
RIGHT NOW: Thousands of health workers like Drocas are distributing free pills to protect young children from malaria during the Sahel's rainy season. Full story:
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MSH Oct 21
By 2030, more than 40% of the world’s poorest people will live in a fragile state. To reach them, we’ll need to tap every potential ally. Read ’s commentary about the role of the private sector in delivering in fragile settings:
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USAID Global Health Oct 18
: A recent and -funded report shows that many women face mistreatment during childbirth. As a global community, we must continue to ensure all women have equitable access to comprehensive, respectful, & safe care for
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MSH Advocacy Oct 18
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World Health Organization (WHO) Oct 17
More people received life-saving treatment for tuberculosis in 2018 than ever before. Check out WHO’s latest Global Report ➡️
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MSH Oct 18
“World peace really depends on the health of women and children.” Read more from on why she’s moving to reinstate funding for : via
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MSH Oct 17
When conflict, natural disasters, or other crises grind governments—and health systems—to a halt, health officials need creative ways to move goods, unlock financial resources, and find specialists. Private sector is the place to look:
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LeaderNet for Health Oct 17
Next LeaderNet newsletter is coming soon! New resources on and more - Make sure you are subscribed to receive the newsletter at
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MSH Oct 16
By 2030, more than 40% of the world’s poorest people will live in a fragile state. To reach them, we’ll need to tap every potential ally. Read ’s commentary in on the role of the private sector in delivering :
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The Global Fund Oct 17
Just one week ago the world came together to and save 16 million more lives!
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STAT Oct 15
Opinion: Policy change can be slow and painful at times, but it is necessary if we are to stay ahead of antimicrobial resistance and preserve medicine as we know it — for ourselves and the generations to come.
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HRH2030 Oct 17
We're looking forward to seeing our colleagues at the Digital Forum in December! We're presenting on Building Stronger Health Systems through the use of Health Workforce Data.
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Red Criteria Oct 16
Quieres conocer ¿cómo funcionan los e Instituciones de Evaluación de Tecnologías de Salud en el mundo? Participa mañana jueves a las 10am Washington en el de experto en Inscribete aquí->
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USAID/Food for Peace Oct 16
Hunger prevents 1 out of 9 people from reaching their full potential. On , see how is nourishing bodies and skill sets so families can feed themselves for years to come.
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MSH Oct 16
By 2030, more than 40% of the world’s poorest people will live in a fragile state. To reach them, we’ll need to tap every potential ally. Read ’s commentary in on the role of the private sector in delivering :
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MSH Oct 16
“We can create more resilient that respond to severe shocks by involving the people and organizations that remain on the ground even during some of the more volatile situations,” says for :
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David Humphries Oct 16
on the vital role of the private sector in delivering in fragile settings
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MSH Oct 16
When conflict, natural disasters, or other crises grind governments—and —to a halt, health officials need creative ways to move goods, unlock financial resources, and find specialists. Private sector is the place to look:
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MSH Oct 16
The effects of poor maternal nutrition can last generations, yet gender-sensitive nutrition programming is gaining traction. Kate Wright and Cara Endyke Doran of share lessons from :
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