March 19, 2010
A Smart Global Health Policy
Center for Strategic and Int'l Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies
This report marks the culmination of nine months of deliberation by the Commission — a group formed to develop actionable recommendations for a long-term U.S. strategic approach to global health.
The commission met for the first time on April 21, 2009 with a firm belief:
The United States can better the lives of the world's citizens and advance its own interests by investing strategically in global health-even at a time of global economic recession and exceptional domestic challenges.
One year later, we remain convinced not only of this statement's veracity, but of its urgency. But truly remarkable gains for global health will only be achieved through a smart, long-term U.S. approach that harnesses all of America's assets and expertise-in better partnerships...
TAGGED: World Health Organization