#Global Health

  • Article: The Superbug 'Most Wanted' List: WHO Needs Super-Cures, Super Fast
    Health

    The Superbug 'Most Wanted' List: WHO Needs Super-Cures, Super Fast

    By Meghan Werft|Feb. 28, 2017

    This is the first ever list of antibiotic resistant threats to health from WHO. Read more

  • Article: Global Citizen Is Ready to Work With Nikki Haley, Rex Tillerson – And to Hold Them Accountable
    Citizenship

    Global Citizen Is Ready to Work With Nikki Haley, Rex Tillerson – And to Hold Them Accountable

    By Judith Rowland|Jan. 26, 2017

    Global Citizens are ready to get to work with the new administration to solve extreme poverty. Read more

  • Article: 5 Ways To Work Toward Ending AIDS
    Health

    5 Ways To Work Toward Ending AIDS

    Nov. 16, 2016|Johnson & Johnson

    JNJ has committed $35 million in hopes to knock the HIV transmission to below 5%. Read more

  • Article: Why There’s Hope for the Global TB Epidemic
    Health

    Why There’s Hope for the Global TB Epidemic

    Sept. 12, 2016|Johnson & Johnson

    Every year, about 1.5 million people die of tuberculosis. Read more

  • Article: Embracing a Global Mindset at the DNC
    Health

    Embracing a Global Mindset at the DNC

    Aug. 5, 2016

    Industry professionals, civil society and government representatives talk global health at the DNC. Read more

  • Article: ‘Decade of Vaccines’ to Usher in the End of Polio
    Health

    ‘Decade of Vaccines’ to Usher in the End of Polio

    July 15, 2016

    We really are so close to ending polio now. Read more

  • Article: Why We're Talking Global Health at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions
    ImpactHealth

    Why We're Talking Global Health at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions

    July 15, 2016

    Next stops: Cleveland and Philadelphia. Read more

  • Article: Congressional Budget Resolutions Show US Commitment to World's Poorest
    Citizenship

    Congressional Budget Resolutions Show US Commitment to World's Poorest

    By Annika Reno|July 13, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    Here's why we're feeling optimistic about U.S. foreign assistance in 2017. Read more