"In the 21st century, disease flows freely across borders and oceans, and, in recent days, the 2009 H1N1 virus has reminded us of the urgent need for action. We cannot wall ourselves off from the world and hope for the best, nor ignore the public health challenges beyond our borders. An outbreak in Indonesia can reach Indiana within days, and public health crises abroad can cause widespread suffering, conflict, and economic contraction The world is interconnected, and that demands an integrated approach to global health. "
- Barack Obama
Summit on Global Health & Hunger: 20/5/13 via webcast. This event is focused on the critical linkages between food security and achieving sustainable health and nutrition outcomes in some of the world’s most challenging places. It is a follow-up ...
The World Health Organization's (WHO) annual report indicates that substantial progress has been made in the past decade toward reducing child and maternal mortality, improving nutrition, and reducing morbidity and mortality due to HIV infection, tub...
Join the GBCHealth annual conference, May 15-17, via livestream. The event is focused exclusively on the role of the private sector in tackling the most urgent global health problems of our times.
Freetown, Sierra Leone