Billions Committed, Millions Delivered
The mixed record of vaccine diplomacy and donations
- Poverty Health Care in Africa: The Challenges of Innovating at the Interface of the Public and Private Sectors
- Governance How to Keep Schools Open in the Face of Delta
- Gender Women and Suicide During COVID-19
- Governance How 9/11 Transformed Aid and Global Health Programs in Fragile States
- Governance Changing the Course of Cancer in Mongolia
Supporting Kids With Long COVID as They Head Back to School
Schools will need to accommodate children with lingering post-virus symptoms
Getting School Health Right in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
School nutrition and health programs took a hit during COVID, now it's time to reinforce these school-based safety nets
Data in Global Health
Featured Data Points
Since 2001, average life expectancy in Afghanistan has increased by 8.5 years
The number of people who have died from AIDS-related illnesses
1 in 3
One in three women—some 1.3 billion women and girls worldwide—experiences gender-based violence over her...
In Washington DC, some 75 percent of those who died of coronavirus were Black Americans
In the United States, more than 90 percent of the population was directed to shelter in place during the first...
The number of people admitted to the United States as refugees in 2019
Indirect costs of the first 10,000 cases of AIDS in the United States alone were estimated at $4.8 billion
Chinese factories supply 70 percent of active ingredients for India’s generic drug manufacturers, which supply...
More than 80% of people in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa have no social protections against illness or...
In Sub-Saharan Africa alone, community health is underfunded by an estimated $2 billion every year
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A Pandemic in a More Dangerous World—It's Time to Rethink U.S. Engagement on Global Health
This series focuses on the challenges that U.S. engagement on global health faces in a world battered by the COVID-19 pandemic, divided by power politics, and uncertain about the ability of the United States to sustain global leadership.
This series is made possible by the generous support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The World Needs U.S. Funding to Prevent and Prepare for the Next Pandemic
At this week's White House pandemic summit and beyond, all eyes are on the United States
From Synergies to Tragedies: 9/11, Terrorism, and Pathogenic Threats
After the 9/11 and anthrax attacks, efforts to mesh counterterrorism and public health have failed
Rethinking Border Management and Global Health Security after the Pandemic
Border measures will be a more complex and controversial challenge for the post-pandemic world
Pediatric Covid-19 Cases Rose Faster in Counties Without School Mask Requirements, CDC Says
School mask requirements can help keep kids healthy, in class, and lead to fewer school outbreaks
U.S. Special Envoy To Haiti Quits Over Deportations Of Haitian Refugees
Daniel Foote said he "will not be associated with the United States' inhumane, counterproductive decision to deport thousands of Haitian refugees"
U.S. Raising World Vaccine Pledge to More Than 1.1 Billion Doses
Biden is doubling the number of COVID-19 vaccines the United States is buying for other countries
Brazilian Health Minister, in New York City for UN Summit, Tests Positive for COVID
It's not clear whether or not Marcelo Queiroga and other Brazilian diplomats in New York this week are vaccinated against COVID