Tag Archives: Department of Defense

How does PEPFAR do it? 2013 AID Transparency Index says it’s hard to tell

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It is the biggest global health initiative in the world, and arguably the most successful. That’s all the more reason that it’s too bad that how the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief accomplishes the successes it has achieved — in HIV infections prevented, lives saved and restored to health, and even how greater efficiencies […]

How the Department of Defense battles infectious diseases, country ownership concerns, Zambia trial of HIV activist and more — we’re reading about breakthroughs and breakdowns in global health efforts

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The U.S. Department of Defense and Global Health: Infectious Disease Efforts – Building on its report last year that examined the role of the Defense Department in researching and responding to global health threats, the Kaiser Family Foundation today released a close up look at how the department contributes to and interacts with efforts to […]

The largest agency in global health, spreading word of home-grown research, a look at the Global Health Initiative’s life — and afterlife, and more . . .

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The U.S. Department of Defense and Global Health: It is the oldest agency in the United States, has a reach that extends effectively to all countries, is involved in health service delivery and health research, but is not budgeted as a global health agency, nor is global health considered its mission. All the same, the […]