The Private Sector’s Role in Ensuring Global Health Security

As the world faces increased globalization, climate change, and the emergence of health threats such as antimicrobial resistance, it is only a matter of time before the next pandemic strikes. The private sector is uniquely positioned to partner with countries to deliver innovative solutions to emerging global health threats.
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Getting NCD multisectoral partnerships right: Collaborating to improve health workers training and to strengthen supply chains

Noncommunicable diseases, notably cancers, heart disease, diabetes and respiratory disease kill an estimated 40 million people annually. With more than 80% of these deaths occurring in low- and middle- income countries, NCDs have become a major global health priority. Indeed, the inclusion of NCDs within the Sustainable Development Goals reflects their importance as a health priority as well as influence on long-term economic development.
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Improving Maternal Health through Social Accountability: A Case Study from Orissa, India

Improving Maternal Health through Social Accountability: A Case Study from Orissa, India explores how the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, India is employing social accountability approaches to improve the delivery of maternal health services in Orissa, India. Conducted in conjunction with the London School of Economics and Political Science, the study evaluates the impact of social accountability efforts thus far and identifies ways in which activities can be enhanced in the future.
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