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Global Nutrition Report May 13
has exposed deadly healthcare disparities. Now more than ever we need a global commitment to universal health coverage which fully integrates nutrition. Read more here
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Dr Harsh Vardhan May 26
Miles to go before I sleep‼️ India has a robust healthcare system.Our dynamic PM ji has set an ambitious target of ! We want for each and every citizen of India !
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Dr Ola Brown Jun 20
My book explains models of healthcare financing that policymakers could embrace. You can't walk up to Dangote & demand free cement .That is the same way you can't walk into a private healthcare facility & demand free healthcare. We need policy change to make a reality.
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FIGOadvocacy Jun 7
FIGO believes that how a country looks after its women and children demonstrates how that country values its future prosperity. Founded in 1954 we now look ahead during this critical time in
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uicc May 25
The pandemic has highlighted the importance of strong . can assure integration of services into the overall health system and the inclusion of cancer control interventions in national plans.
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WHO Zimbabwe Jun 27
We commend leadership during for continuing to offer essential health care services across Zimbabwe and adopting a community based approach in their service delivery
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Garissa County Health Dept. Jun 19
County Government of Garissa delivered 100 new mattresses and 500 sheets to Garissa Referral Hospital. The beddings are part of a wide range of integral care materials that were acquired to improve the quality of and demand for services and patient experience at the hospital
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stefan peterson Jun 7
Community engagement and involvement play a crucial role in both a health care and community mobilisation sense. Our and needs to start at the community level. ⁦
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The Lancet Global Health May 22
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Doctors for AAP May 22
Delhi’s Clinics are doing a tremendous job helping tackle -19 a great model for India
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Winnie Byanyima May 19
Beating and recovering from the crisis depends on delivering free healthcare for all, everywhere, fast and forever.
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SameYou Jun 26
"By investing in the profession, we can not only improve health but also speed progress towards gender equality and help strengthen local economies." Emilia Clarke urges governments to invest in the nursing & midwifery workforce to ensure .
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uicc May 18
The has demonstrated more than ever the need for resilient systems, especially ones that are equipped to respond to the growing burden of .
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K2P Center-AUB Jun 18
Join us in this global unconference series which consists of 3 digital workshops across 3 thematic areas: 1) Health System Capacity & Service Delivery 2) Coordination & Governance, and 3) Use of Evidence in Engaging Public & Private Sector to Re-Design Health Systems for
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Mark Hellowell Jun 26
Pleased to have been involved in this report on what international orgs. are doing wrt to the private health sector. Summary: not all IO activity is consistent with ; and WHO can play a leadership role in achieving closer alignment.
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UHC2030 Jun 15
New BLOG! How is reshaping priorities for domestic resources & development assistance in the health sector. The immediate & comprehensive response to COVID-19 must strengthen universal systems that contribute to both health security & .
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Ben Simms May 29
I have no hesitation in saying on behalf of . The partnership we have with & is at the heart of our mission & the centre of our effectiveness.
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Aidsfonds International Jun 11
Call for proposals: We are looking for a consultant that can develop advocacy tools for the effective inclusion and integration of services into national health and strategies, within the context of Apply now:
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Strategic Purchasing Africa Resource Center May 15
makes a compelling case for . If people have to pay out of pocket to access care for , they may avoid occasions of care, potentially increasing community transmission, if positive. If funding flow to providers is interrupted, service delivery may suffer.
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Afya Timiza 7h
"The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand and the determination that we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand." This statement epitomizes Jane's dedication to the achievement of in Kudos Jane🎇
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