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Rx for Survival — A Global Health Challenge

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Who Safeguards Global Public Health?

Interviews
  1. Derek Yach, Professor and Head Division of Global Health, Yale School of Public Health
  2. Sara Rosenbaum, JD Chair, Department of Health Policy George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services
Articles
  1. "Toward a U.S. Foreign Aid Strategy," Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC., 2004.
  2. "U.S. Government Funding for Global HIV/AIDS Through Fiscal Year 2005," Kaiser Family Foundation Policy Brief, 2005.
Web Sites
  1. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Global Health Affairs
    www.globalhealth.gov
  2. U.S. Agency for International Development
    www.usaid.gov
  3. Global Health Education Consortium
    www.globalhealth-ec.org
  4. Millennium Development Goals
    www.un.org/millenniumgoals
  5. United Nations
    www.un.org
  6. UN Development Programme
    www.undp.org
  7. UN Environmental Programme
    www.unep.org
  8. UN Children's Fund
    www.unicef.org
  9. UN Population Fund
    www.unfpa.org
  10. World Food Program
    www.wfp.org
  11. Joint UN Program on HIV/AIDS
    www.unaids.org
  12. World Health Organization
    www.who.org
  13. World Bank
    www.worldbank.org
  14. International Monetary Fund
    www.imf.org
  15. Food and Agriculture Organization
    www.fao.org
  16. International Fund for Agriculture
    www.ifad.org
  17. Inter-American Development Bank
    www.iadb.org
  18. Asian Development Bank
    www.adb.org
  19. African Development Bank
    www.afdb.org
  20. Global Health Council
    www.globalhealth.org
  21. Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
    www.theglobalfund.org
  22. Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization
    www.vaccinealliance.org
  23. Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
    www.gainhealth.org
  24. Global Forum for Health Research
    www.globalforumhealth.org
  25. Partnership for Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health
    www.pmnch.org
  26. Roll Back Malaria Partnership
    www.rbm.who.int

How Public Health Happens in America

Interviews
  1. Derek Yach, Professor and Head Division of Global Health, Yale School of Public Health
  2. Gregg Bloche, Professor of Law Georgetown Law School
  3. Joseph Antos, Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy American Enterprise Institute
  4. Sandy Davis, Special Assistant to the Director Congressional Budget Office
  5. Sara Rosenbaum, JD Chair, Department of Health Policy George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services
Articles
  1. "Basics of the Budget Process," U.S. House of Representatives Briefing Paper, February 2001.
  2. "Introduction to the Federal Budget Process," Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Dec 2004.
  3. "Federal Budget and Appropriations Primer," The Oncology Nursing Society
    www.ons.org/lac/pdf/Primer.pdf
  4. "The Federal Budget Process and HIV/AIDS Funding," AIDS Action Council, August 2003.
Web Sites
  1. U.S. Senate
    www.senate.gov
  2. U.S. House of Representatives
    www.house.gov
  3. USAID:
    www.usaid.gov
  4. Department of Health and Human Services
    www.dhhs.gov
  5. The CIA World Fact Book
    www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook

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