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Cuts To U.S. Funding For Global Health, Including Family Planning, Could Be ‘Dangerous’

The Conversation: Will Trump’s global family planning cuts cause side effects? Rachel Sullivan Robinson, associate professor at American University School of International Service “…Rolling back U.S. support for family planning in developing countries is dangerous for two main reasons. First, contraception saves lives by limiting the total number of pregnancies,…

U.S. Congress Should Fully Fund PEPFAR, Build On Progress Made On Global HIV

New York Times: Letter to the Editor: Trump and AIDS Relief Asia Russell, executive director of the Health Global Access Project “President George W. Bush was right to challenge President Trump’s proposed budget, given the life-or-death consequences of the foreign aid cuts he seeks. … Maintaining funding should be the…

Public Health Experts Make Case For Why U.S. Should Spend On Global Health

Health Affairs Blog: Why President Trump Should Use Foreign Aid For Health To Make America Great Robert Hecht, president of Pharos Global Health Advisors, and Sten Vermund, the Anna Lauder professor of public health and dean of the Yale School of Public Health, write, “Investing in global health is essential…

Health Affairs Blog Highlights Key Studies On PEPFAR’s Role In Addressing Global AIDS

Health Affairs Blog: The Future Of Investment In PEPFAR: Understanding PEPFAR’s Multiple Economic, Health, And Diplomatic Impacts Margaret K. Saunders, deputy editor of global health at Health Affairs, highlights keys studies Health Affairs has published exploring PEPFAR’s role in addressing the global AIDS epidemic. The studies discuss PEPFAR’s role in…

CDC’s Field Epidemiology Training Program Aims To Strengthen Countries’ Health Systems, Disease Detection, Prevention Efforts

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: Preventing Local Outbreaks from Becoming Global Pandemics: FETP Enhances Capabilities to Track Diseases and Stop Them at the Source David Sugerman, assistant professor at Emory University, commander in the U.S. Public Health Service, and medical officer at the CDC, discusses CDC’s Field Epidemiology Training Programs (FETPs)…

USGLC Blog Post Summarizes Comments From U.S. Armed Forces Commanders Supporting U.S. Foreign Assistance, State Department, USAID

U.S. Global Leadership Coalition: U.S. Armed Forces Commanders Speak Out: State Department, USAID Essential to Success of Military Abhik Pramanik, USGLC policy assistant, writes, “Every year, our nation’s top military leaders — the heads of each Combatant Command, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Defense Secretary…

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