Health

Gates Foundation Gets a C-

The Center for Effective Philanthropy gave the Gates foundation a C- in a recent report. Specifically, they cited its relationships with grantees.

The Center for Effective Philanthropy gave the Gates foundation a C- in a recent report. Specifically, they cited its relationships with grantees. Grantee partners were unclear on the foundation’s goals and strategies, and found communications to be unclear and confusing.

Some Global Health Efforts Just Make Sense

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services.

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services. It would save the medical costs associated with unintended pregnancies. Expanding contraceptive services would also empower women and improve the health of women and children.

Some Global Health Efforts Just Make Sense

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services.

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services. It would save the medical costs associated with unintended pregnancies. Expanding contraceptive services would also empower women and improve the health of women and children.

Some Global Health Efforts Just Make Sense

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services.

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services. It would save the medical costs associated with unintended pregnancies. Expanding contraceptive services would also empower women and improve the health of women and children.

Some Global Health Efforts Just Make Sense

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services.

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services. It would save the medical costs associated with unintended pregnancies. Expanding contraceptive services would also empower women and improve the health of women and children.

Some Global Health Efforts Just Make Sense

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services.

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services. It would save the medical costs associated with unintended pregnancies. Expanding contraceptive services would also empower women and improve the health of women and children.

Some Global Health Efforts Just Make Sense

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services.

A new study from the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that Ethiopia could save 34 million dollars a year by meeting unmet demand for contraceptive services. It would save the medical costs associated with unintended pregnancies. Expanding contraceptive services would also empower women and improve the health of women and children.

Hard Choices in HIV Treatment for Malawi

Malawi is facing an ugly AIDS treatment dilemma.

Malawi is facing an ugly AIDS treatment dilemma. They Ministry of Health has decided to change national treatment standards to meet WHO guidelines for optimal HIV care. That means adding new drugs to the treatment regimen and starting HIV treatment when a patient’s CD4 count, a measure of immune system strength, drops below 350 rather than waiting for it to sink to 200. It will also cost three times as much.

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