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Why Global Health Remains Bipartisan

It has proven to be "a good investment with astonishing results in saving lives"

The Global Fund, PEPFAR, and U.S. Foreign Policy

COVID-19 raises questions about these global health programs and U.S. national interests

Poverty

Tackling Tuberculosis with Strategic Health Diplomacy

Cutting drug prices for tuberculosis holds diplomatic, humanitarian, and economic promise

Governance

Global Health's Moment of Truth in the United States

Twenty years ago, Congress created a global health bill that changed the world and this week, they could do it again

Aging

Mothers, Children, and the Terrible Choice Between COVID-19 and Other Infections

Decisive action is required now to protect the most vulnerable from HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria during the pandemic

Poverty

Tackling Cancer Through Universal Health Coverage

Turning the tide through prevention, treatment, and other cancer control interventions depends on strong health systems

Governance

A Global Imperative for Local Support

The novel coronavirus pandemic raises the stakes for strengthening local partners and capacity to deliver health care

Governance

Africa is not Starting from Scratch on COVID-19

Success against coronavirus will require national leadership, engaged local responders, and strong cooperation with NGOs

Gender

The U.S. Government’s Role in Addressing Global Women’s Health

What will happen to women and girls in low- and middle-income countries in the future as aid stalls and progress slows?

Governance

In Global Health, What’s Past Is Prologue

The global health community cannot jury-rig its way to the future and requires fresh thinking to address new challenges