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Ebola Update: What Business Can Do

Private sector partners can play an important role in the Ebola epidemic response, supporting the efforts of Ministries of Health in affected West African countries and international institutions. For GBCHealth corporate partners looking for ideas, support and guidance on where and how your company can make an impact, click here.


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Join GBCHealth and Global Health Council in the Presentation of the 2014 Business Action on Health Awards at the Global Health Leadership Series Symposium | Register Today! -   Limited tickets remain for the inaugural symposium of Global Health Council’s Global Health Leadership Series,The Future of Global Health: Defining the Multi-Sector Landscape Symposium and the 2014 Business Action on Health Awards ceremony, taking place on December 10. During the symposium, unique breakout sessions will explore the complexities and challenges of multi-sector partnerships in the global health space: What frameworks and ... Read More
nigeria200px Seeking Private Sector Input: Consultations for the New Global Financing Facility in Support of Every Woman Every Child - The Global Finance Facility (GFF) was proposed at a high-level “Every Woman Every Child” event during the 69th UN General Assembly in New York, as a new instrument to build long-term domestic and international funding commitments for women’s and children’s health. The GFF Working Group has requested the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH) to co-ordinate a wide-ranging ... Read More
enap-th The Latest 2014 Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Reports - As we near the final year marker for the Millennium Development Goals, The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Countdown to 2015: Maternal, Newborn and Child Survival, and the Independent Expert Review Group have released reports on the current progress of health programming to reduce the burden of death and disease, the gaps in programming, financing and infrastructure, and ... Read More
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