Strengthening U.S. Investments in Women’s Global Health
U.S. policymakers and private-sector partners increasingly appreciate the importance of targeted U.S investments in women’s health to achieve global health outcomes, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. With budgetary constraints worsening, progress in women’s health will require maximizing investments by engaging new partners, identifying program synergies, and aligning with countries national priorities to meet women’s needs. Such strategic coordination – involving maternal newborn and child health, voluntary family planning, and HIV and AIDS services – presents new opportunities to expand the impact of U.S. investments.
To read the full report, visit https://csis.org/files/publication/130521_Fleischman_ZambiaDelegation_Web.pdf
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