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West Africa’s Ebola Outbreak

Ebola is a highly fatal virus, for which there is no cure or vaccine. Watch Now

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Syria’s Crisis

The Global Health Policy Center examines the catastrophic situation surrounding health care and human suffering in Syria and the long-term consequences for the region. Watch Now

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Global Tuberculosis

The CSIS Series on Tuberculosis is a close examination of the U.S. approach to global TB. The series is comprised of six building block papers and an overarching report. Read More

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Family Planning

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

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Health Security

Dr. J. Stephen Morrison analyzes the recently released Global Health Security Agenda Read his commentary

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“An Emergency that Requires Risk Taking”

“An Emergency that Requires Risk Taking”

At the event, CSIS released a new report, “Addressing HIV Risk in Adolescent Girls and Young Women.” The report examines how adolescent girls and young women have become a priority focus in the fight against global HIV/AIDS, the approaches that have proven effective, and the gaps and challenges that remain.

Add a Comment | Posted 04/21/2015
Traffic and Sex on the Road to School

Traffic and Sex on the Road to School

Anyone who has visited Dar es Salaam surely remembers the traffic. Stories abound of unreasonably long delays – 45 minutes to make a left turn, a four-hour line to get on the ferry, a drive that takes 20 minutes one day can take two hours on the next. There are obvious economic implications to the impressive traffic jams, but less apparent is the impact on sexual violence and teenage pregnancy.

Add a Comment | Posted 04/16/2015 by Talia Dubovi
Hope for a more reasoned U.S. approach to global TB

Hope for a more reasoned U.S. approach to global TB

But that progress should not be taken as a justification for reducing U.S. investments in global TB control, as has been suggested by the Obama administration in its budget requests to Congress over the last several years, including in the current cycle. Here are six of the many reasons why global TB remains a major problem, and why continued U.S. engagement is more important than ever:

Add a Comment | Posted 04/15/2015
Innovative Financing and its Role in Global Health

Innovative Financing and its Role in Global Health

The AMC and IFFIm also reveal other potential risks of innovative financing. These mechanisms often have high start-up costs, which donors may be unwilling to cover.

Add a Comment | Posted 04/10/2015 by Sahil Angelo
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