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CSIS Task Force on Women’s & Family Health

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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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Fulfilling DREAMS in South Africa

Fulfilling DREAMS in South Africa

Pilot projects are getting under way to lessen the impact of HIV among young women and adolescent girls by helping them become Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored, and Safe under what’s being called the DREAMS initiative.

Add a Comment | Posted 03/23/2016
Zika Virus

Zika Virus

Chan’s decision is only the fourth PHEIC since revised International Health Regulations came into force in 2007. It follows the Director General’s declarations on swine flu (2009), polio (May 2015), and Ebola (August 2015).

Add a Comment | Posted 02/02/2016 by J. Stephen Morrison
Delivering Health Services to Ethiopia’s Borderlands

Delivering Health Services to Ethiopia’s Borderlands

Delivering basic health services to border populations is a challenge confronted by developing nations around the world, and Ethiopia is no exception.

Add a Comment | Posted 12/15/2015 by Chris Millard
Unsettled World Creates New Challenges for Polio Eradication—IMB

Unsettled World Creates New Challenges for Polio Eradication—IMB

Stopping all polio transmission by the end of 2016 will require enhanced security for immunization campaigns and devising ways to vaccinate children in increasingly complicated settings, the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) of the Global Polio Eradication initiative argues in its October report.

Add a Comment | Posted 11/19/2015 by Nellie Bristol
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