AFRICA HEALTH BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM (AHBS II)

Ian MatthewsEvent

TRANSFORMING PPPs FOR HEALTH IN AFRICA Business spending across the African continent is expected to grow from USD 2.6 trillion in 2015 to USD 3.5 trillion by 2025. This trend is driving greater demand for quality, affordable healthcare services from the low and middle income households compromising 70% of Africa’s purchasing power. Recognizing collaboration as critical to meeting this demand, … Read More

Ian MatthewsAFRICA HEALTH BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM (AHBS II)

Insights: What Should Private Sector Investments during the SDGs Look Like?

Ian MatthewsBlog, News

By Maggie Arbogast, Programs Sustainable Development — Health and Wellbeing for All The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call upon all global citizens to work together towards an end to poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. As part of that vision, SDG 3 singles out the need to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all … Read More

Ian MatthewsInsights: What Should Private Sector Investments during the SDGs Look Like?

Webinar: Malaria Prevention and Nutrition – An Integrated Delivery Approach

Ian MatthewsEvent

Malnourished children, particularly those with severe acute malnutrition, have a higher risk of death from common childhood illness such as diarrhea, pneumonia, and malaria. Malnutrition and malaria combine in a vicious circle that has a huge impact on morbidity and mortality among the most vulnerable in the population (children and pregnant women). To tackle these challenges, it is imperative that … Read More

Ian MatthewsWebinar: Malaria Prevention and Nutrition – An Integrated Delivery Approach

Integration in the Time of SDGs

Ian MatthewsArticle, Blog

By: Ian Matthews, GBCHealth The unfinished business of the MDGs… Leave no one behind… Introduction: The moral foundation of the SDGs These phrases are uttered almost daily by development practitioners across the globe. In many ways, they have collectively come to represent the moral foundation of the SDGs. However, we are only just starting to understand how these principles will … Read More

Ian MatthewsIntegration in the Time of SDGs

Best in Business Action – Improving the Health of Women and Girls

Ian MatthewsArticle

This month, GBCHealth is featuring a series of case studies highlighting best in practice corporate programs that are improving the health of women and girls around the world. Pulling from winning and commended programs recognized by our Business Action on Health Awards, these case studies highlight the potential for the private sector to make meaningful differences in the lives of women … Read More

Ian MatthewsBest in Business Action – Improving the Health of Women and Girls

PSD Elects Board Member and Alternate to Global Fund Board

Ian MatthewsArticle, News

Members of the PSD Advisory Group elected Julie Essiam (CEO, Ecobank Foundation & Group Executive, Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Ecobank Transnational Incorporated) to her first term as Board Member. Ms. Essiam replaces Paul Schaper (Executive Director, Global Public Policy, Merck, Sharp & Dohme), who served in the role for two terms from 2013-2017. Mr. Schaper has been elected as … Read More

Ian MatthewsPSD Elects Board Member and Alternate to Global Fund Board

Business and the Effort to Leave No One Behind

Ian MatthewsNews

By Mabingue Ngom, Regional Director West Africa, UNFPA For years too many of us striving to improve the lives of fellow Africans have picked their focus – education or health, babies or mothers – and channeled their efforts in one direction. But in 2015, politicians and development partners came together and agreed it’s time for a new approach. Our work … Read More

Ian MatthewsBusiness and the Effort to Leave No One Behind

Private Sector Opportunities to Support Maternal Health in Humanitarian and Fragile Settings

Nisa PatelEvent

Every day, some 500 women and girls die from childbirth and pregnancy in areas affected by, or prone to conflict or natural disaster. In these settings, women and girls are often cut off from health care and exposed to trauma, malnutrition and disease. Many lives could be saved with access to quality sexual and reproductive health services. Join GBCHealth and … Read More

Nisa PatelPrivate Sector Opportunities to Support Maternal Health in Humanitarian and Fragile Settings

Transparency Can Enhance CSR Impact

Nisa PatelArticle, Blog, News

By Mira Wang, Communications, GBCHealth Transparency is an essential building block of impactful corporate health and development programs. As companies work toward achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), clarity around motivation and disclosure of both progress and setbacks are fundamental to our collective success. Sharing knowledge in this way enables development programs to generate best practices, allowing new programs to … Read More

Nisa PatelTransparency Can Enhance CSR Impact

Safe Birth Even Here – An Initiative from UNFPA

Nisa PatelArticle, Blog

Every day, some 500 women and girls die from childbirth and pregnancy in areas affected by, or prone to, conflict or natural disaster. In these settings, women and girls are often cut off from health care and exposed to trauma, malnutrition and disease. But their lives can be saved with access to quality sexual and reproductive health services. Join Safe Birth Even … Read More

Nisa PatelSafe Birth Even Here – An Initiative from UNFPA