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U.S. Commits $175M To GAVI Alliance

In a press release, the GAVI Alliance announced the U.S. “has committed an additional $175 million toward funding global vaccine programs through the GAVI Alliance, the largest amount that the U.S. has ever appropriated to GAVI. The funds, part of the fiscal year 2014 U.S. budget, will be used to…

Bill Gates On Three Myths That ‘Block Progress For The Poor’

Major news outlets speak with Bill Gates about foreign aid and the three myths that he says “block progress for the poor.” TIME: Bill Gates Talks to TIME About the Three Myths of Global Aid “…In their 2014 annual letter, both Bill and Melinda Gates take on what they call…

State Magazine Profiles U.S. Office Of Global Health Diplomacy

State Magazine profiles the U.S. Office of Global Health Diplomacy (GHD). The article describes how the office was established, noting, “In January 2013, to accelerate progress toward U.S. global health objectives, including creating an AIDS-free generation and ending preventable child and maternal deaths, the Department established the Office of Global…

News Outlets Report On Global Health-Related Events At World Economic Forum

News outlets summarize recent activity taking place at and on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. U.N. News Centre: At Davos Forum, Ban seeks business help to fight gender inequality, climate change, hunger “In a whirlwind of events at the World Economic Forum in Davos today…

U.S. Remains Committed To Relief Aid In Typhoon-Hit Philippines

“I’m always worried that after the first month or two, on a large emergency such as Typhoon Haiyan, that the attention fades because there are so many other pressing issues and disasters around the world. It’s really important to remain focused on our efforts going forward. … We’ll continue to…

USAID’s Nutrition Strategy Important For Ending Preventable Child Deaths

“USAID released a comprehensive Nutrition Strategy on their website for public comment on December 20, 2013. … USAID’s efforts to improve nutrition are critical to success of the U.S. government’s ability to advance global development, particularly in the areas of ending preventable child deaths, improving health, driving greater progress against…

Importance Of Locally Driven And International Responses To TB ‘Cannot Be Overstressed’

The Lancet Global Health: Rebalancing the global battle against tuberculosis Mario Raviglione and Mukund Uplekar of the WHO Global TB Programme; Cheri Vincent and Ariel Pablos-Méndez of USAID “Meetings of health ministers from the five BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) have produced two joint statements in…

USAID Launches TB Control Program In Jakarta

Jakarta Post: U.S. expands TB control program to Jakarta “U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Kristen Bauer and the Jakarta administration on Monday launched the Community Empowerment of People against Tuberculosis (CEPAT) health program in Jakarta. The program supports community-based outreach and care for tuberculosis (TB) via the U.S. Agency for International…

Congressional Conference Reaches Deal On Farm Bill

News outlets report on the release of a compromise Farm Bill in Congress. Bloomberg: Deep Cuts in Food Stamps Said Averted in Farm-Bill Deal “House and Senate negotiators agreed today on a much-delayed agriculture bill that averts deeper cuts to U.S. food-stamp spending sought by House Republicans…” (Bjerga, 1/27). CQ…