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April 17, 2015

While recent research indicates that access to and use of microcredit alone is not transformative for the average client served (see “Where Credit Is Due”), there has been very little discussion about the types of indicators being used to measure “transformation” in the ongoing debates. In fact, it seems that we all have accepted the general findings...

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March 10, 2015

When selecting a health care provider in the United States, we generally make decisions based on the quality of the practitioners and the costs of services and medications. We also look for offices that are close to our home or office. However imperfect our health system may be, we generally have the information and tools at our disposal to identify and select the best options for our individual needs...

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March 06, 2015

From battling the scourge of maternal mortality to the prevention and treatment of chronic or terminal diseases, women's health interventions are a critical investment globally. Women's health and economic empowerment are inextricably linked. Without health, a woman cannot maintain sustainable employment and the status, agency, and choice that come in hand. This panel will examine a variety of health-related engagement strategies, from philanthropy to shared value, that have proved successful in improving options for women globally.

Speakers:
Nana Kuo, Senior Manager, Every Woman Every Child
Veronica Magar, Lead, Gender Equality, Health Equity and Human Rights, World Health Organization
Joy Marini, Executive Director, Maternal and Child Health, Women and Girls, Johnson & Johnson
Katherine Pickus, Divisional Vice President, Global Citizenship and Policy, Abbott Vice President, Abbott Fund
Tom Walsh, Senior Program Officer for Global Policy and Advocacy at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Barbara Bush, CEO and Co-founder, Global Health Corps

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