The World Health Organization is often hobbled by the debilitating combination of high expectations, anemic funding, and cloudy perceptions of its role in a world full of many new actors in global health. Yet no other agency in the world has the authority to lead in times of global health crisis. Gabrielle Fitzgerald, founder and CEO of Panorama, explains where newly elected WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus needs to focus his attention immediately.
Ahead of the United Nations Ocean Conference, U.N. Development Program Policy Specialist Gail Hurley explores how international finance institutions can support Sustainable Development Goal 14 on ocean conservation.
Lingos CEO Chris Proulx lays four solutions to building talent where they're based.
Across the globe, leaders must determine how to ensure sustainable and inclusive urban economies and environmental sustainability. Ahead of September's sixth edition of the Asia-Pacific Housing Forum, Habitat for Humanity International Chief Executive Officer Jonathan T.M. Reckford explains.
High-income countries are much better prepared to deal with antimicrobial resistance than their low-income counterparts. Dr. Marc Sprenger, director of Antimicrobial Resistance at the World Health Organization, charts a path forward.
Simplifying the community health workers toolkit can save time and money. International Rescue Committee Health Technical Advisor Alison Wittcoff explains.
President Trump's "America First" rhetoric may work at home — but could be detrimental for development assistance efforts abroad. Democracy International co-founder and President Eric Bjornlund explains.
International Women's Health Coalition Advocacy and Policy Director Shannon Kowalski puts forth four steps the World Health Organization's newest leader can take to make progress on women's health.
In many ways, implementation is a science like any other. Global Health Corps Senior Director for Advocacy and Communications Jess Mack outlines the three traits of successful implementation scientists.