GBCHealth Mission: To leverage the full resources of the business community to meet today’s most pressing global health challenges.
Treating Vulnerable Populations in South Africa - “People who use drugs and children are among the most vulnerable in our society.” These words were shared by Professor Harry Hausler, CEO of TB HIV Care, as a delegation from the Global Fund Private Sector Delegation (PSD) visited two of the organization’s programs in South Africa. TB HIV Care puts integrated care at the heart of responding to TB, ... Read More
The Business Alliance to End AIDS by 2030 is announced at the World Economic Forum - The Business Alliance to End AIDS by 2030, a public–private coalition co-hosted by GBCHealth and UNAIDS, was announced on January 23rd in Davos, Switzerland, on the margins of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting. The Business Alliance to End AIDS will unite forward-looking companies to strengthen cross-sector collaboration, build on common values and create spaces for effective collaboration. It ... Read More
2019 GBCHealth Year in Review - 2019 was a fast paced and exciting year for GBCHealth; we achieved exciting milestones, such as co-hosting the Africa Business: Health Forum, publishing two reports and a book, launching ABCHealth, signing an Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) with the Global Fund, co-hosting three events during UNGA, collaborating with UNAIDs to reignite the business response to HIV/AIDS, and much more. A new ... Read More
The Goal of Zero Malaria is Ours to Seize: Statement on the 2019 World Malaria Report - Ray Chambers is Chairman of the MCJ Amelior Foundation, WHO Ambassador for Global Strategy, and a Board Director of GBCHealth This article originally appeared on LinkedIn The 2019 World Malaria Report reveals a lucid truth: we can end malaria—and the achievement is ours to seize. However, like all major feats of public health, success will not occur by chance. Great efforts must be ... Read More
#WorldAIDSDay Joint Business Statement: Ending AIDS is Everyone’s Business - As we commemorate World AIDS Day 2019, we are reminded that despite some remarkable progress, the number of people becoming newly infected with HIV and dying from AIDS-related illnesses is not decreasing fast enough. We are reminded that despite this progress, there remains tremendous unmet needs. Resources for the AIDS response must be sustained. We are reminded that 38 million ... Read More
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