CAMA Co-Chair Chevron Launches Malaria Program in Lagos State, Nigeria

Margaret ArbogastNews

Chevron Corporation’s local business unit, Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), in collaboration with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has launched the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) program in Lagos State to support the State health authorities in addressing the considerable impact of malaria on the local population. Malaria is endemic in Lagos State with over 540,000 cases reported in 2014.  In metropolitan … Read More

Margaret ArbogastCAMA Co-Chair Chevron Launches Malaria Program in Lagos State, Nigeria

2015 Winners of Best Corporate Global Health Programs Announced

Margaret ArbogastNews

November 20th, 2015 GBCHealth and Global Health Council announced last week the winners of the Business Action on Health Awards, bestowed annually to the world’s best corporate-supported global health programs.  The awards were presented to two winning and five commended companies at Global Health Council’s Landscape Symposium held in Washington D.C and attended by over 150 representatives from the international … Read More

Margaret Arbogast2015 Winners of Best Corporate Global Health Programs Announced

Roll Back Malaria Partnership Annual Retreat

Nisa PatelArticle

The Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s (RBM) Private Sector Members Council met for its Annual Retreat in New York from October 22-23 2015. Hosted by GBCHealth, the meeting provided an opportunity for the Council to discuss the ongoing transition at the RBM Partnership and the proposed Governance Framework of the revitalized Partnership. At the retreat, the PSMC heard further details from … Read More

Nisa PatelRoll Back Malaria Partnership Annual Retreat

New Report | Private Sector Consultation on the Equitable Access Initiative

Margaret ArbogastNews

The Equitable Access Initiative (EAI) is a multi-stakeholder initiative established to build a new framework for classifying countries’ health needs and capacities beyond traditional economic metrics. The initiative aims to capture these factors as countries move along the development continuum from low- to middle-income status. Nine co-convening development organizations selected four analytical groups to develop potential models to better gauge … Read More

Margaret ArbogastNew Report | Private Sector Consultation on the Equitable Access Initiative

Perspectives On A New Strategy for the Global Fund

Nisa PatelArticle, News

The Private Sector Delegation (PSD) has devoted considerable energy over the past six months to examining and discussing the Global Fund’s 2017-2022 Strategy. These discussions spanned five separate in-person events as well as electronic dialogues. The PSD intentionally carved out designated space within the official strategic consultation process to gather broad private sector-specific input. In order to capture the perspectives … Read More

Nisa PatelPerspectives On A New Strategy for the Global Fund

SC Johnson Anti-Malaria Guide Helps to Raise Awareness, Reduce New Infections

Nisa PatelNews

SC Johnson’s Anti-Malaria Information, Education & Communication (IEC) program, developed in conjunction with GBC, is a powerful learning tool to help NGOs, governments, businesses and community health groups raise awareness about the disease and reduce the rate of new infections among people living and working in the hardest-hit regions of the world. Developed in a “train the trainer” format, the … Read More

Nisa PatelSC Johnson Anti-Malaria Guide Helps to Raise Awareness, Reduce New Infections

UNITLIFE: A Briefing for Private Sector Partners

Nisa PatelArticle

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 Rockefeller Foundation, 420 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY UNITLIFE – a new financing mechanism to fund nutrition programs in sub-Saharan Africa – was launched at the United Nations on September 28th. Taking a novel approach to financing, UNITLIFE uses a micro levy on the extractive industry, to create cost-effective, scalable and sustainable solutions for maternal and … Read More

Nisa PatelUNITLIFE: A Briefing for Private Sector Partners

Private Sector Consultation on the Equitable Access Initiative | UNGA Side Event

Nisa PatelArticle

Convened by the Private Sector Delegation to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (PSD) and the Business Council for the United Nations (BCUN) and supported by the Conference Board. Monday,  September 28th, 2015 New York, NY The Equitable Access Initiative (EAI) is a multi-stakeholder initiative, jointly convened by nine health and development organizations, established to build a … Read More

Nisa PatelPrivate Sector Consultation on the Equitable Access Initiative | UNGA Side Event

Perspectives On A New Strategy to Shape Markets for Health Products

Nisa PatelArticle

The Private Sector constituency has been an active participant in the Global Fund’s recent initiative to revise its Market Shaping Strategy (MSS). The Global Fund is one of the largest procurers of health-related commodities in the world, and as a result of this purchasing power inevitably shapes the markets in which it operates. Recognition of this market shaping power led … Read More

Nisa PatelPerspectives On A New Strategy to Shape Markets for Health Products

UN Members States Adopt New Development Agenda: Highlights from the 70th UN General Assembly and the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit

Nisa PatelArticle

The 70th United Nations General Assembly saw the adoption of an ambitious sustainable development agenda to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice and promote prosperity across the globe. The role of integrated, multi-stakeholder partnerships and universal health coverage featured prominently in discussions about the implementation and realization of the Post-2015 Development Agenda, articulated in the Global Goals. The Global Fund … Read More

Nisa PatelUN Members States Adopt New Development Agenda: Highlights from the 70th UN General Assembly and the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit