A Discussion with Health Ministers, Multilateral, Bilateral, Philanthropic, Corporate and Banking Institutions
The Center for Global Health and Diplomacy (GHD) is bringing together leading global thought leaders to advance consensus solutions to the challenge of financing health in the post-2015 era.
Geneva, Switzerland — InterContinental Geneve
Honoring Champions in the Global Fight Against TB
TB claims a life every 18 seconds and especially effects the poor and vulnerable as well as women, children, and people living with HIV/AIDS. Yet, TB is one of the world's best buys in global health, since it can be cured with inexpensive drugs, and major innovations are on the horizon that will reduce suffering and save lives.
Communicating Complexity in Public
Health for a Better World
Amongst the backdrop of the 2014 WEF meeting theme, "The Reshaping of the World: Consequences for Society, Politics and Business." This Roundtable will explore the challenges of communicating public health issues under conditions of increasing speed of discovery and ubiquitous dissemination.
World Economic Forum 2014
As world leaders meet for the 2014 World Economic Forum in Davos, The Center for Global Health and Diplomacy, in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) will host a roundtable to discuss innovative business models for health.
The Millennium Development Goals have garnered massive international support and mobilized new resources to improve conditions for the world's poorest. Much work remains to be done. We must redouble our efforts to ensure that we maintain progress while also laying the groundwork for addressing future global health challenges. And with the MDGs set to culminate in 2015, the global health community has its eye on the next wave of global health challenges, especially as the post-2015 debate moves to the country level. The 68th annual United Nations General Assembly provides a unique moment for the global health and diplomatic communities to help shape the next international development agenda.