Recently, Foreign Policy published “The Long Emergency,” an analysis of the future of the United States’ HIV/AIDS programming and funding as the Obama administration reshapes its global health agenda.
Until the final match on July 11, much of the world’s attention is on South Africa as it hosts the World Cup, awash in swirling colors, patriotic chants, dramatic last-minute goals and saves, and yes, buzzing, monotonous vuvuzelas.
Maternal mortality has always been one of the most difficult indications of progress to measure.
Exciting news: India is among the leading countries in reducing maternal mortality in the last 15 years.
Top 10 Myths about the Global Health Workforce Crisis Busted at the National Physicians Alliance Conference
Recently, I presented this Top 10 at the National Physicians Alliance (NPA) Annual Meeting in California.
I just returned from Bangkok, Thailand where over 400 professionals representing 13 countries in the Asia and Middle East Region came together to wrestle with the complex issue of scaling up family planning and maternal and child health best practices.