brightsightgroup.com || During Josh's first trip to Africa in 1987 at the age of 17, he was struck by both the severity of health challenges and the inadequate public sector response. During the succeeding years he saw that one of the fatal flaws in public health programming was a lack of management expertise. In spite of the rising tide of financing for public health and AIDS programs, in particular during the late 1990s, there was not a corresponding improvement in management capacity for delivering key health interventions to the poor. When the Global Fund started in 2002, Josh was struck by the ambition of the venture — to deliver billions of dollars for public health — against the overwhelmingly low capacity for planning and strategy on the ground. The result was the Access Project: an initiative to deliver private sector management skills to those in charge of the strategy and implementation of new, massive public health programs. Learn more: brightsightgroup.net/2013/01/josh-ruxin-keynote-speaker.html

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