On November 11, 2013, Paul Farmer presented "Advancing Global Health Equity: Lessons from Rwanda.” Paul Farmer is the Kolokotrones University Professor, Harvard University, Chair of the…+ More details
Falling on World Malaria Day, this event will discuss the role of the private sector in the ongoing fight against malaria in the developing world. A distinguished panel of health and private sector…+ More details
As the burden of chronic diseases continues to rise, low and middle income countries — whose health budgets are already stretched thin by other health and development priorities — are…+ More details
Measuring Advocacy for Policy Change meeting on Respectful Maternity Care This plenary session comprised of an opening, overview and keynote speech. At 00:00 (minutes:seconds) representatives…+ More details
As the burden of chronic diseases continues to rise, low and middle income countries—whose health budgets are already stretched thin by other health and development priorities—are faced…+ More details
Over the past decade, China and India have emerged as hotbeds of innovation for new biomedical products that have benefitted millions of people throughout the developing world. At this session expert…+ More details
Thursday, October 27, 2011 - 4 pm Chair: David Bloom, Clarence James Gamble Professor of Economics Panelists: Marc Mitchell, Lecturer on Global Health, Harvard School of Public Health The Use of…+ More details
As the US government redefines its global health engagement strategies, policy makers increasingly embrace the need to help partner nations strengthen health systems and build public health surveillance…+ More details
Measuring Advocacy for Policy Change meeting on Respectful Maternity Care (RMC) 0:00 (minutes: seconds) Video from White Ribbon Alliance. 4:30 Starrs described her own theory of change, noting…+ More details
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