Working Together to Improve Global Health

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Working Together to Improve Global Health
Chapter Fifteen Working Together to Improve Global Health

Cooperating to Improve Global Health
Cooperation is in everyone’s interest Creates consensus around a cause Strengthens advocacy efforts Allows for sharing knowledge and setting standards Many aspects of global health are “global public goods” Better surveillance More effective financing

Key Actors in Global Health
Agencies of the United Nations WHO - World Health Organization UNICEF - United Nations Children’s Fund UNAIDS - Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS Engaged in advocacy, generating and sharing knowledge, setting global standards and other key functions

Key Actors in Global Health
Multilateral Development Banks African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the World Bank Owned by their member countries Lend or grant money to countries to promote economic and social development

Key Actors in Global Health
Bilateral Agencies USAID, Australian Agency for International Development, Canadian International Development Agency, and others Primarily the development assistance agencies of developed countries Work directly with low- and middle-income countries to advance economic and social development Involved in advocacy, knowledge generation, financing

Key Actors in Global Health
Foundations The Rockefeller Foundation The Wellcome Trust The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Key Actors in Global Health
Research Funders Focus on doing and funding research Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute US National Institute of Health, National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, and others supported by national governments

Nongovernmental Organizations
BRAC Currently working in several countries in Asia and Africa Works in areas of human rights and social empowerment, education and health, economic empowerment and enterprise development, livelihood training, environmental sustainability and disaster preparedness Women and children take priority

Nongovernmental Organizations
Doctors Without Borders Umbrella organization made up of affiliated groups in 18 countries Best known for provision of health services following humanitarian crises Commitment to political independence, medical ethics and human rights

Nongovernmental Organizations
Oxfam Supports long-term development programs in local communities with a focus on women Emergency relief for natural disasters and conflict with an emphasis on clean water, sanitation and shelter Advocacy work on the international policy front

Nongovernmental Organizations
Save the Children Seeks to contribute to individual and community self-sufficiency Particular attention to well-being of newborns and children, reproductive health, and HIV/AIDS

Nongovernmental Organizations
Advocacy Organizations Carry out research and policy studies studies Advocacy activities for public at large, funding agencies, national legislatures, governments May be aligned with specific issues

Nongovernmental Organizations
Think Tanks and Universities Often create institutes that bring researchers together to work on global health issues Involved in teaching, research, and practice on global health issues Technical assistance on the design, monitoring and evaluation of global health projects

Nongovernmental Organizations
Consulting Firms For-profit and not-for-profit Address a range of issues such as management, economics, financing, and policy Particular areas of expertise, such as supply chain management, nutrition, behavior change communications, or social marketing

Nongovernmental Organizations
Specialized Technical Organizations Best known example is the CDC Assist with planning and carrying out disease surveillance Technical assistance for disease control programs

Partnerships Related to WHO
Stop TB - composed of a wide array of partners with the goal of eliminating TB as a public health problem Roll Back Malaria - partnership including a variety of public and private actors that promote appropriate prevention and treatment of malaria

Other Partnerships and Special Programs
GAVI - main aims are to improve the ability of health systems to carry out immunization, raise rates of coverage in low- and middle-income countries, and promote uptake of underused vaccines The Global Fund - provides financing and engages in advocacy for HIV, TB, and malaria with a particular interest in scaling up programs for HIV antiretroviral therapy

Other Partnerships and Special Programs
Public-Private Partnerships Aim is often to develop new products International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI)- advocates for AIDS vaccine, develops policies and programs that would encourage use of an AIDS vaccine if one were developed, engages in research and development of candidate AIDS vaccines

Other Partnerships and Special Programs
Pharmaceutical Firms Beyond their normal profit-oriented activities, they sometimes: Donate drugs to global health programs Sell antiretroviral drugs for HIV at discounted prices Sponsor programs to address diseases such as HIV and TB

Trends in Global Health Efforts
Shift to focus on building capacity for global public health efforts, health systems development, and working together to fight the burden of disease Family planning shift from focus on limiting family size to focus on general reproductive health Importance of primary care Greater private sector involvement

Setting the Global Health Agenda
World Health Assembly of the World Health Organization Groups of development assistance agencies Increasing role in agenda setting of the Gates Foundation Writings and advocacy efforts of WHO, multilateral or bilateral agencies, and NGOs Popular action led by NGOs, often including, for example, MSF

Future Challenges Cooperative surveillance, prevention and treatment of emerging or re-emerging conditions Working together to strengthen weak health systems Addressing knowledge gaps that prevent progress in preventing and treating AIDS, TB, and malaria Creating new public-private partnerships Financing important initiatives Continuing good leadership in the global health community