What’s more extreme than extreme poverty?

Alyssa GovindanNews Around Global Health

No, the answer is not base jumping, it’s ultra-poverty. In a world of growing inequality between rich and poor, the global community is prioritizing ending poverty in all its forms everywhere with the first Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 1). Over the last few decades, much of the progress toward ending extreme poverty stemmed from boosting those closest to the poverty … Read More

Alyssa GovindanWhat’s more extreme than extreme poverty?

#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series – IBM

Alyssa GovindanNews

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

Alyssa Govindan#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series – IBM

#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series- NRS International

Alyssa GovindanNews

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

Alyssa Govindan#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series- NRS International

#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series – MTV Staying Alive Foundation

Alyssa GovindanNews

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

Quiz: Whadya Know About Toilets?

Margaret ArbogastNews

Take our quiz to test your knowledge on sanitation.

Margaret ArbogastQuiz: Whadya Know About Toilets?

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?

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

World No Tobacco Day

Margaret ArbogastEvent

Tobacco – a threat to development Every year, on 31 May, WHO and partners mark World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), highlighting the health and additional risks associated with tobacco use, and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. The theme for World No Tobacco Day 2017 is “Tobacco – a threat to development.” About the campaign It will demonstrate … Read More

Margaret ArbogastWorld No Tobacco Day

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

Nisa PatelArticle, Blog

December 15, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET GBCHealth, in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), hosted a discussion on how private sector expertise, networks and resources can support continued access to maternal health care and services in emergency settings. Highlighting the Safe Birth Even Here campaign, UNFPA’s program to support pregnant women and children living in … Read More

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

2016 Global Digital Health Forum

Nisa PatelEvent

The Global Digital Health Forum attracts a diverse group of program managers, implementers, policy makers, mobile and technology providers, and private and public sector health providers, as well as entrepreneurs, investors, funders and researchers working in LMICs. The objectives of the Forum are to enhance the capacity of governments, donors, civil society, NGOs, and social entrepreneurs to design, implement, and … Read More

Nisa Patel2016 Global Digital Health Forum