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Reflections on the 73rd United Nations General Assembly

While newspaper headlines around the recent United Nations General Assembly were dominated by global policy and diplomacy narratives, representatives from the health sector working in government, NGOs, academe, civil society and the private sector were busy coming together around shared interests to address the world’s greatest health challenges. Two highly anticipated events included the ...

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The power of partnerships: Rabin Martin showcases client work in global health

Rabin Martin is proud to highlight the multi-faceted work we do for our clients through two global health reports that we recently developed. These reports are strong examples of how Rabin Martin helps our clients derive value from their global health investments and showcase their important work in advancing the global health field through ...

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Difficult but necessary: Sustaining progress for pediatric and adolescent HIV

Sustainability is a loaded word. Drop it into conversation with anyone involved in global health programming, policy, or funding, and you’re likely to get a reaction. For many, it conjures up a distant future state requiring endless funding and unwavering attention. For others, it is the holy grail of international health and development, a ...

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71st World Health Assembly Calendar of Events

May 21st – 26th, 2018 Calendar of Side Events Last updated May 21, 2018   Thursday, May 17  6:00 – 7:30pm Investing for a Rainy Day Hosted by: Government of Finland, Government of Australia, and Global Health Centre Conference Center, Petal 5, Graduate Institute of Geneva, Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2, 1202 Geneva Friday, May 18 ...

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In pursuit of innovation: Measuring the value of neurodiversity

In pursuit of innovation: Measuring the value of neurodiversity

In the lead-up to their 350th anniversary, we have been working with a Fortune 500 science and technology company in identifying drivers of organizational innovation—the fuel that powers corporate growth strategy in highly competitive markets. The client wanted to know how to structure and support their workforce as they continue to adapt, navigate and ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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What will 2018 bring for global public health? We asked the experts

What will 2018 bring for global public health? We asked the experts

Amid growing uncertainty and unease related to the global economy and stagnating resources for global assistance, what are the implications for meeting global health commitments in 2018? We tapped our network of clients and health experts to find out. Here is what they said. Note: Responses have been lightly edited for length or clarity. ...

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The silent killer

There is a disease that has been dubbed “the silent killer” – hepatitis C. It is a virus that can be asymptomatic for decades, but when symptoms appear, evolve into cirrhosis and liver cancer. Hepatitis C kills almost 400,000 people each year globally;[1] yet there are medicines being developed and brought to market that ...

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Your Guide to UNGA 2017

Your Guide to UNGA 2017

On September 12th, the 193 Member States that comprise the United Nations General Assembly will meet at the UN Headquarters in New York. The general debate will open on September 19th with discussion continuing until September 25th. The general debate, with the exception of high-level meetings, is typically the only event at which Heads ...

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Rabin Martin Gives Back to Local Seniors

Rabin Martin Gives Back to Local Seniors

Every summer Rabin Martin takes one day outside of the office to embody its mission of improving the health of underserved populations. This year, Rabin Martin employees from our New York and London offices spent the day volunteering at the Center for Active Older Adults at Sunnyside Community Services in Sunnyside, NY. The event was an ...

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