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Family Planning

This new CSIS video is designed to bring the voices of Senegal women and girls as well as champions of family planning into the U.S. policy discussion. Watch the video

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WHO’s Chan Outlines New Response Capabilities

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Margaret Chan outlined Monday a series of measures aimed at improving the organization’s ability to respond to health emergencies.

Add a Comment | Posted 05/21/2015 by Nellie Bristol
Rubella and the Power of Vaccines

Rubella and the Power of Vaccines

In the United States, one rubella outbreak in the mid-1960s saw 11,250 fetal deaths; 2,100 neonatal deaths; and another 20,000 born with conditions linked to CRS.

Add a Comment | Posted 05/18/2015
Maternal Healthcare in South Asia as the MDGs Wind Down

Maternal Healthcare in South Asia as the MDGs Wind Down

I joined as a member of the India delegation to converse with groups representing Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. I carried away four major impressions.

Add a Comment | Posted 05/15/2015 by Guest Author
Discussing Community-Level Challenges in the Ebola Response

Discussing Community-Level Challenges in the Ebola Response

The goal of the summit was to crowd-source ideas for its continued investment in the Ebola response and in pandemic preparedness – including how to address communication challenges at the local level.

Add a Comment | Posted 05/13/2015
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