We interviewed two innovators to learn more about how emerging solutions in health product distribution and logistics are pioneering the response to COVID-19 in underserved markets.
It’s time to put funds directly into the hands of women, and see what they choose
A draft roadmap for improving governance of the private sector takes shape
A rapid review of the national financing schemes of 18 countries and the extent of coverage that adolescents receive in these health systems.
Financing Universal Health Coverage on the Road to 2030: Key insights for the global health community
A panel of experts convened by the Center for Global Development and the World Bank Group on the topic of UHC financing generated a rich discussion and several key insights on how best to coordinate the health financing agenda to reach goals set out by the international community for 2030.
Commissioned by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Impact for Health conducted a purposeful review of the published literature on the incorporation of FP into UHC agendas. Several key learnings emerged from this exercise.
First Meeting of WHO's Advisory Group on the Governance of the Private Sector for UHC Recently, Impact for Health facilitated a successful two-day meeting in Geneva with the World Health Organization on the governance of the private sector for UHC. So pleased to be...
Following our initial description of innovations in health product distribution in sub-Saharan Africa, we conducted an updated analysis to capture the ways in which this space has evolved since 2018.
Estimates suggest we melt too much arctic ice every time we fly. Another reason why we prep hard for every meeting, every time.
Mara speaks to Madhu Pai for a new piece in Forbes
It was a pleasure to spend time with folks from all over the world who inspire us. We are grateful for a wonderful community!
Several folks have asked for recommendations for their time in Vancouver. A few quick thoughts on places that are located close to the conference. We look forward to seeing you!
Our interview with engineer and ethicist Dr. Jason Millar
Results of a 2018 investigation into innovations in health product distribution in sub-Saharan Africa, on behalf of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Supply Chain Team.