Approximately 36.9 million people are currently living with HIV.
- The magnitude of the corruption problem is difficult to measure.
- Are anti-corruption policies & programs enough?
- How can we communicate more effectively about corruption?
- The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic
- Donor Funding for Health in Low- & Middle-Income Countries, 2002-2013
- The U.S. Response to Ebola: Status of the FY2015 Emergency Ebola Appropriation
The U.S. plays a large role in funding global health programs – and so developments in the U.S., including ongoing negotiations on the budget and the start of the next Presidential campaign, will ultimately have an impact on global health programs around the world. The below resources look ahead at the role the U.S. will play in global health moving forward.
- Senate Appropriations Committee Approves FY 2016 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Billl
- House Appropriations Committee releases FY 2016 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Bill
- The U.S. Global Health Budget: Analysis of the Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Request
- Shaping the U.S. Global Health Policy Agenda: Key Considerations for the Future
- The U.S. Global Health Budget Tracker
global health news
- AIDS-Related Death Leading Cause Of Adolescent Mortality In Africa, Second Globally, UNICEF Data Show
- Number Of Child Brides In Africa Set To More Than Double By 2050 Without Intervention, UNICEF Report Shows
- Despite Sufficient Supplies, HIV Medications Often Do Not Reach Sub-Saharan African Patients, MSF Report Says
- News Outlets Report On Ebola In Liberia, Guinea, Epidemic Recovery In West Africa
- U.N.'s Ban Urges Commonwealth Nation Leaders To Commit To Ending Polio