It’s Time to Change the Conversation

By Marshall Stowell, PSI Rhetoric drives funding. For decades, the development community has focused on developing effective health solutions like anti-retroviral therapy, better treatment for malaria, improved long-acting contraception, mobile technology and other life-improving goods and services. We’ve made the arguments for an AIDS-free generation, the elimination of malaria and meeting the unmet need for

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Solving for Tomorrow’s Global Health Markets

By Blair Hanewall, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation There is much to celebrate in global health in the last two decades: cutting child mortality in half, nearly halving maternal mortality, increasing global DTP3 coverage to more than 85% in 2015, and much more. While these successes can be attributed to many factors, a key driver

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Where Next for Social Franchising?

By Anna Gerrard, PSI A couple of weeks ago, in a remote corner of New Hampshire, a small group of like-minded people met to discuss social franchising. The University of New Hampshire and the International Franchise Association brought together people from many diverse areas, such as the health sector, agri-business and water sectors with a

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