10:30—12:00 PM
Omni Berkshire Place, Julliard Ballroom
21 East 52nd Street
New York , NY 10022

More Health for the Money: Progress and Potential at the Global Fund

Keynote Address
Christoph Benn
Director, External Relations, Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Followed by a panel discussion with
Stefano Bertozzi
Dean, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
Global Fund Board Member (Foundations Delegation)

Julia Martin
Deputy Global AIDS Coordinator, President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

Mphu Ramatlapeng
Executive Vice President, HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis programs, Clinton Health Access Initiative

Moderated by
Amanda Glassman
Director of Global Health Policy and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development

It is a moral imperative that money spent on global health is used as effectively as possible to save lives, prevent and treat diseases, and reduce human suffering. While achieving more health for the money is the core business of all global health funders, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is particularly well placed to lead in this area because its New Funding Model makes possible the quick and flexible adoption of value for money principles and practices.

Join CGD on September 25th when Christoph Benn, Director of External Relations for the Global Fund, will discuss the Global Fund’s efforts to achieve more value for money and highlight the progress and potential of the New Funding Model. His remarks will be followed by a high-level panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities all global health funders face as they work to get the most return on their investments in health around the world. The discussion will be informed in part by recommendations from More Health for the Money, the forthcoming report of CGD’s Value for Money Working Group.

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