Karl Hofmann is president and CEO of Population Services International, a Washington, D.C.-based global health nonprofit focused on family planning and reproductive health, malaria, child survival, HIV, maternal and child health, and NCDs. Before joining the organization in 2007, he was a career U.S. diplomat for 23 years, serving as ambassador to Togo, executive secretary of the Department of State and deputy chief of mission at the U.S. embassy in Paris.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding Donald Trump’s U.S. election win and European governments struggling with an unprecedented refugee crisis, 2016 had a few bright spots for global health. Karl Hofmann, president and CEO of PSI, outlines six top moments.
Ending TB is within reach but far from certain. Every TB patient should have access to quality care, and here's one strategy that could help ensure that. An exclusive commentary from PSI President and CEO Karl Hofmann and WHO Director of the Global TB Program Mario C. Raviglione for World Tuberculosis Day.
Looking back in order to look forward is a time-honored tradition and if we are smart about what we learned last year, we can begin to prepare better for the future, PSI President and CEO Karl Hofmann writes in this guest commentary.
On the first-ever UHC Day, let's not celebrate. Instead, let's address the tough questions and acknowledge that the devil is in the detail. In this joint commentary, PSI President and CEO Karl Hofmann and Simon Cooke, CEO of Marie Stopes International, share three ways for UHC to shift from noble to possible, to probable.
Can international nongovernmental organizations really be part of local solutions to global development challenges? Karl Hoffman, president and CEO of global health organization PSI, shares his insights in this guest commentary.
Here’s why we’re joining forces to push sound investments in global health. A commentary by three global development leaders — PSI's Karl Hofmann , PATH's Steve Davis and Devex's Raj Kumar — inspired by a survey of global health professionals.