Tag Archives: Kaiser

Guest Blog: GHI May Unravel PEPFAR's Success

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Last week, the Kaiser Family Foundation held a forum on the Obama Administration’s Global Health Initiative, sparking fresh debate over this significant shift in U.S. global health policy. In response to the presentations made by top U.S. government officials at that event, Shepherd Smith, a well-known AIDS advocate and program coordinator with considerable knowledge about […]

Goosby to Discuss Five-Year Strategy at Town-Hall Forum

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For those with burning questions about the new five-year US global AIDS strategy released today, Ambassador Eric Goosby, the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, will participate in a town-hall style forum hosted by the Kaiser Family Foundation this Friday at 9:30 eastern time. Dr. Goosby will discuss the strategy and how it fits into the Administration’s […]

Kaiser Report Is Good Backdrop for Global Health Funding Fight

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As we await two vital tidbits of news on global health funding—one from the White House and one from Capitol Hill—there’s a new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation that helps put the battle for more money into perspective. The Kaiser report–a concise outline and history of US global health policy and spending–shows that spending on […]