3 key lessons for global health progress

How can global health professionals increase the positive impacts of their work on some of the world's most marginalized populations? By reconsidering the way in which interventions are prioritized, designed and implemented, asserts the Overseas Development Institute's Fiona Samuels in this exclusive opinion.

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About the author

  • Fiona Samuels

    Fiona Samuels is a research fellow at the Overseas Development Institute and the health dimension lead for the Development Progress project. A social anthropologist with over 15 years' experience across public health and rural development in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Fiona's interests include health and its links with poverty, exclusion, migration and social protection.