Innovations in Global Health: Greenmash: Utilizing Data to Better Fight Disease

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NGOs in low resource countries face numerous challenges in launching, monitoring and evaluating programs. Often data collection and data quality issues affect everything from accurately identifying community needs to creating appropriate response strategies. Once programs are launched, there is little to no visibility into the program, making timely monitoring and adjustments impossible. When the final program data is collected and … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInnovations in Global Health: Greenmash: Utilizing Data to Better Fight Disease

Event: The Global Fund Explores Innovative Finance for Health

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On November 13th, the Private Sector Constituency to the Global Fund Board hosted a discussion on “Opportunities in Innovative Financing for Health” on the sidelines of the 38th Board Meeting of the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria. The Global Fund is the largest financing institution in global health, having funded programs that have saved more than 22 … Read More

Alyssa GovindanEvent: The Global Fund Explores Innovative Finance for Health

A New Year Brings New Challenges and New Opportunities

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Dear Friends and Colleagues, As the New Year gets underway, we are grateful for the immense support and dedication our partners have shown us over the last year. Together, as a global health community, we made significant progress in 2017 – renewing commitments to TB and intensifying efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance. 2017 also brought changes in global leadership at … Read More

Alyssa GovindanA New Year Brings New Challenges and New Opportunities

#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series – IBM

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David Raper IBM’s Lead, Corporate Citizenship Asia Pacific and Greater China Group In this high-level interview series, we speak to a handful of corporate leaders to probe how they plan and execute CSR programs and how they are utilizing their core business skills and resources to impact individuals and communities. 1. How do you think IBM’s CSR policies reflect the … Read More

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#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series- NRS International

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Rune Bosselmann Director of TANA Netting In this high-level interview series, we speak to a handful of corporate leaders to probe how they plan and execute CSR programs and how they are utilizing their core business skills and resources to impact individuals and communities. 1. How do you think your CSR policies reflect the principles and values of your brand? … Read More

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#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series – MTV Staying Alive Foundation

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Georgia Arnold Senior Vice President, Social Responsibility, Viacom International Media Networks Executive Director, Staying Alive Foundation In this high-level interview series, we speak to a handful of corporate leaders to probe how they plan and execute CSR programs and how they are utilizing their core business skills and resources to impact individuals and communities.   1. How do you think … Read More

Alyssa Govindan#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series – MTV Staying Alive Foundation

Insights: It’s time to involve the private sector in accelerating Universal Health Coverage

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By Alyssa Govindan “Governments have everything to gain when they prioritize human health. I am hopeful for global progress because universal health coverage is included in the SDGs” – Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Rwanda’s Minister of Health. What is UHC? Countries around the world have developed many different models for delivering healthcare. Some are fully public, some are mostly private, and … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInsights: It’s time to involve the private sector in accelerating Universal Health Coverage

Interviews: Leveraging business models for social good: An Insider Look at CSR

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There are any number of way to define Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). For the purpose of this article we are referring to efforts made by companies aimed at making some sort of social or environmental impact. It is a way for companies to attract consumers and employees while also giving back to society. CSR picked up at the turn of … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInterviews: Leveraging business models for social good: An Insider Look at CSR

Innovations in Global Health: Strengthening public health supply chains through private sector integration: Lessons from Senegal

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By Dr. Mary-Ann Etiebet, Executive Director, Merck for Mothers Fatou Binetou Badji, a midwife and head nurse at a Senegalese medical center, recalls a time when she had to have tough conversations with patients who would come in to her facility, only to find out their preferred contraceptive method was not available.  “It was very difficult when a patient already … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInnovations in Global Health: Strengthening public health supply chains through private sector integration: Lessons from Senegal

Event: Spotlight Event at ICASA

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GBCHealth, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) West and Central Africa Regional Office (WCARO) and the African Youth Network (AfriYAN) are co-hosting a satellite session on the sidelines of the 19th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA), which is being held this week (December 4 to 8) in Abidjan. The side event, “Youth leadership in Africa’s response … Read More

Alyssa GovindanEvent: Spotlight Event at ICASA