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This is a non-CGD event and will take place in London.
Amanda Glassman, Vice President for Programs and Director of Global Health Policy, Center for Global Development
Rachel Silverman, Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Global Development
Abraham Aseffa, Scientific Director of the Armauer Hansen Research Institute (AHRI) in Ethiopia, World Health Organization
Andrew Mirelman, Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, University of York
The Center for Global Development book,Millions Saved: New Cases of Proven Success in Global Health, authored by Amanda Glassman and Miriam Temin with the Millions Saved team, chronicles a global revolution from the ground up. It showcases 18 remarkable cases in which large-scale efforts to improve health in developing countries succeeded and 4 cases in which promising interventions fell short of their health targets when scaled up. Each case demonstrates how much effort is required to fight illness and sustain good health.
Join us for a panel conversation as we discuss the book and the challenges involved in writing it. Authors, Amanda Glassman and Rachel Silverman, will offer their unique perspectives on how we can evaluate health interventions. Experts, Andrew Mirelman and Abraham Aseffa, will also share some of their experiences and discuss measuring cost-effectiveness and evaluation efforts.
Every year, more than 5 million women, children and adolescents die from preventable conditions, due to a significant financing gap for healthcare for women, children and adolescents, and inadequate incentives for provision and use of quality health services, among other factors. The Global Financing Facility (GFF) in support of Every Woman Every Child is a new approach to sustainable global health financing that is supporting countries’ approaches to financing and investing in the health of their people.
Five members of the Zimbabwe Working Group traveled to Harare May 20-25 to meet with the government, opposition leaders, and a wide range of business, religious, and civil society organizations to assess prospects for free and fair elections and for meaningful political and economic reform. Please join us to hear from the delegation as they share their findings and recommendations for US policy.