Tag Archives: Kaiser Family Foundation

U.S. Global Health Diplomacy raises question: What is country ownership?

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A little more than four years ago when the then new Global AIDS Ambassador Eric Goosby came to a town hall style talk at the Kaiser Family Foundation to discuss the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief, the idea of  “country ownership” of AIDS-fighting efforts came up once, in a question put to him about […]

Calling on Secretary Kerry, a primer on U.S. global health involvement, the AIDS fight on the ground, counterfeit condoms and more . . .

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Can John Kerry Fix the Administration’s AIDS Budget Problem? The Obama administration’s AIDS budget problem is one of choices that cancel each other out and erroneous perceptions, this piece by Matthew Kavanagh says. The choices — last year the administration’s budget proposal cut funding for PEPFAR, but gave some of that money to the Global […]

G8 Pledges to Improve Maternal and Child Health

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The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) and the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS) held a panel discussion Wednesday to assess the global health outcomes of the G8 and G20 summits held in Canada last month, where world leaders pledged to reduce maternal and child mortality through the Muskoka Initiative for Maternal and Child Health. Participants […]

Final GHI To Be Unveiled Soon, Many Details Still Uncertain

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At the start of a forum today on the Obama Administration’s Global Health Initiative, Jen Kates, the Kaiser Family Foundation’s director of global health policy and HIV, laid out eight major questions about the proposal—queries that will go a long way toward determining whether the initiative is a success or not. After a 90-minute discussion, […]

TB, A Global Threat That Requires New Vision, Strong Leadership

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During a live interactive webcast today hosted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, an expert panel agreed that tuberculosis poses a grave global health threat and demands an innovative, multifaceted response—from new drugs to scaled-up treatment to better infection control. The lively forum, available here, highlighted the need for an aggressive approach to the global tuberculosis […]

Live Webcast on Global TB Featuring Renowned South African Physician/Scientist

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The Kaiser Family Foundation will hold a live, interactive webcast on Tuesday, Sept. 28, at 1 p.m. EDT on the threat of tuberculosis and the U.S. strategy for combating this ancient deadly disease. An expert panel is set to discuss this growing global health threat, including two of the U.S. government’s top infectious disease specialists […]