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Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health

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HPV & Cervical Cancer

A recent CSIS conference examined global efforts to prevent cervical cancer. Read More

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Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis poses a particular set of challenges to policymakers. Find out how.

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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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An Opportune Time to Strengthen Health Information Systems

An Opportune Time to Strengthen Health Information Systems

Ensuring health information systems are standardized and well-coordinated is essential to improving health outcomes across a range of countries and realizing many of the health goals laid out by the international community.

Add a Comment | Posted 07/02/2015
Obama’s Kenya Trip Should Elevate Focus on Women and Girls

Obama’s Kenya Trip Should Elevate Focus on Women and Girls

The President could cement a lasting legacy by explicitly linking U.S. Africa policy to the health and empowerment of women and girls, arguably the continent’s most dynamic and underdeveloped resource and an indispensable component of any successful economic and security program.

Add a Comment | Posted 06/18/2015
What MERS Shows Us About Emerging Diseases

What MERS Shows Us About Emerging Diseases

Before 2002, human coronaviruses (four were known) were responsible for mild infections of the upper respiratory tract and posed no serious global threat.

Add a Comment | Posted 06/12/2015
The Conflict in Yemen: A Humanitarian Catastrophe

The Conflict in Yemen: A Humanitarian Catastrophe

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’ (UNOCHA) current estimates suggest that at least 2,228 people have been killed and another 9,755 injured in Yemen since mid-March.

Add a Comment | Posted 06/12/2015
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