Who are emerging voices in global health? We asked the experts

We continue our series on the future of global health. What new opportunities exist for collaboration to meet the growing need for healthcare for people around the world? What breakthrough innovations can we expect to see this year? Whose voices will shape the global health agenda within our current economic and political climate? We tapped our network of clients and health experts to find out. Here is what they said.
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Fostering Healthy Businesses: Delivering Innovations in Maternal and Child Health

Fostering Healthy Businesses: Delivering Innovations in Maternal and Child Health
Fostering Healthy Businesses: Delivering Innovations in Maternal and Child Health is a culmination of extensive research – conducted by Merck for Mothers (known as MSD for Mothers outside the U.S. and Canada), the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, and the IWG's Task Force on Sustainable Business Models – on how local businesses are working to improve the health of women and children in developing countries.
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The Evolving Role of the Private Sector in Global Health

Why is it that we can buy Coca-Cola beverages virtually anywhere, when basic health products like oral rehydration therapy or condoms are unavailable in many of those same places? In a blog for The Huffington Post, Senior Partner Jeffrey L. Sturchio and Princeton's Adel Mahmoud discuss how we can apply the relevant expertise of the private sector to new health initiatives through public-private partnerships for the improvement of global health.
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