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Global Health

Climate Justice Changes Health: Local, Tribal, Global, and Generational (Webinar) (2017)

The American Public Health Association (APHA) has declared 2017 the Year of Climate Change and Health. Tune in to this recording of the year's ...

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Financial Literacy Summit Panel Discussion: Bridging the Gender Gap (2017)

How does equal access to financial education tools and resources change by region? Which demographic is most at risk for not having equal access to...

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Global Health Pathways: Webinar Series (Recordings) (2017)

Interested in being part of combating a disease such as the Zika virus or even Ebola? Want to be part of reducing health disparities around the wor...

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Multipurpose Prevention Technologies Product Database (2017)

Women need different kinds of sexual and reproductive health prevention at different times in their lives. Some want to get pregnant but preve...

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Progressing the Sustainable Development Goals through Health in All Policies: Case studies from around the world (2017)

Although policy-makers are increasingly aware of the need to work across sectors, change is not easy. Understanding and addressing the underlying d...

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Small-Scale Food Animal Production and Antimicrobial Resistance: Mountain, Molehill, or Something in-between? (2017)

Small-scale food animal production is widely practiced around the globe, yet it is often overlooked in terms of the environmental health risks. Evi...

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Survey of Recent Global Health Graduates: At A Glance (2017)

An ongoing discussion within American academic institutions and employers has raised concerns with an over supply of graduates in the field of glob...

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Technical Briefs on Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (2017)

Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs)—products designed to deliver protection against HIV, other STIs, and unintended pregnancy in vari...

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Annual Report 2015: The Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT) (2016)

  The Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT) works to foster a world where women and girls have the sexual and re...

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Infographic: Key Facts about Women, Children and Adolescent Health in Nigeria (2016)

In Nigeria, one in thirty women dies during pregnancy or childbirth--and about one in five infants die before their first birthday. Limited access ...

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Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs): A promising response to current challenges around hormonal contraceptive methods & HIV (Webinar) (2016)

This webinar, from the Initiative for MPTs (IMPT), highlights presentations from a panel session presented at the 2016 International Conference on ...

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Personalized Telehealth in the Future: A Global Research Agenda (2016)

As telehealth plays an even greater role in global health care delivery, it will be increasingly important to develop a strong evidence base of suc...

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PHI's Bethany Young Holt Talks MPTs on "Insight With Beth Ruyak" (2016)

Over the past decade, new research and technology has significantly reduced the spread of HIV worldwide. However, in many developing countries and ...

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Reducing Barriers to LPG Use Through Employer-Sponsored Programs: A Pilot Project in Guatemala (2016)

For many Guatemalan households, the high cost of an LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) cooking package (e.g. stove, gas cylinder, fuel and regular) pose...

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The PHI/GHFP-II Employers’ Study: The hidden barriers between domestic and global health careers and crucial competencies for success (2016)

The process of preparing professionals for global health work has fallen behind emerging realities, including globalization, ever-evolving technolo...

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Visions, Voices, and Priorities: Adolescents Talk About Access to HIV Treatment & Care (2016)

Despite advances in HIV treatment and care, access to treatment and retention in care continues to pose challenges for adolescent young people...

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Visions, Voices, and Priorities: Adolescents Talk About Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) (2016)

PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is a type of HIV prevention that uses antiretroviral drugs. A person who does not have HIV but does have a ...

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Visions, Voices, and Priorities: Young People Talk About Self-Testing for HIV (2016)

HIV self-testing is a method of testing for HIV for person who wants to know his or her HIV status by collecting a small sample of blood, or o...

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What Do Guatemalan Households Say About LPG? (2016)

Through market research in Guatemala, PHI identified the key motivators for women who cook with propane gas (LPG), including ease of use, speed and...

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Build Your Best Global Health Resume (2015)

What does your resume say to a global health employer? Watch the Google Hangout recording from PHI's Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) ...

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Closing the Gaps in Global Health Professionals' Education (2015)

In 2015, PHI's Global Health Fellows Program II (GHFP-II) surveyed 49 global health project directors about hiring practices and non-...

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Scaling Up Demand for LPG in Guatemala: Motivators, Barriers and Opportunities (2015)

In Guatemala, about 70% of urban households use Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) for cooking. Over half of these users continue to cook with firewood....

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Guide to Girl-Centered Advocacy (2014)

We are proud to share the Guide to Girl-Centered Advocacy, from PHI's Let Girls Lead—a full capacity-building curriculum that engage...

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PHI50 Videos (2014)

In honor of our 50th anniversary in 2014, PHI created a series of videos that looked back at what public health has accomplished in the last half c...

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Economic Empowerment Strategies for Adolescent Girls (2013)

This report by PHI's Let Girls Lead provides a needed policy analysis of economic empowerment programs for adolescent girls in the Gl...

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International Symposium on Accelerating Research on Multipurpose Prevention Technologies: Final Report (2013)

The International Symposium on Accelerating Research on Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health was convened December 11 - 12,...

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Let Girls Lead 2013 Annual Report (2013)

The 2013 annual report highlights the ways in which the advocacy work done through Let Girls Lead is transforming the lives of adolescent girls in ...

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Let Girls Lead External Evaluation (2013)

Commissioned by the United Nations Foundation, this independent evaluation demonstrates that Let Girls Lead’s AGALI program has contributed t...

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Leveraging Mobile Technologies to Promote Maternal and Newborn Health (2012)

The rapid expansion of mobile information and communication technologies represents significant potential for increasing a...

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Improving the Quality of Maternal and Child Health Services in Indonesia (2011)

The Partnership of Johnson & Johnson Indonesia, PT and the Indonesian Midwives Association (IBI) Johnson & Johnson Indonesia, PT (J&...

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Wet and Dry: Issues of Culture, Control, Consent and Country-to-Country Consumption (2011)

An ambitious research program led by PHI's Alcohol Research Group and joined by collaborators from around the world is providing new insights i...

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HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse Prevention Campaign in the Workplace: Partnership of PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk and KKI (2010)

PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk (UI) and The Indonesian Humanitarian Committee (Komite Kemanusiaan Indonesia or KKI) have partnered since 2003 to prevent...

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Saving Lives with Multipurpose Prevention Technologies: Turning Ideas Into Solutions for Sexual and Reproductive Health (Fact Sheet) (2010)

This fact sheet discusses the challenges in developing multipurpose prevention products that are acceptable, affordable, easy-to-use, and prevent. ...

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Saving Lives with Multipurpose Prevention Technologies: Turning Ideas Into Solutions for Sexual and Reproductive Health (Report) (2010)

Multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs) are designed to address multiple sexual and reproductive health needs, including prevention of unintend...

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Chevron and Jhpiego Working in Partnership to Improve Health in Indonesia (2009)

Re-establishing and Sustaining Reproductive Health Care in Aceh after the Tsunami A partnership between Chevron and Jhpiego, an international h...

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Empowering the Community at Risk: The Partnership of PT Tupperware Indonesia and HOPE Worldwide (2009)

Since 2007 Tupperware and HOPE worldwide have partnered to empower a community in one of the poorest sub-districts of North Jakarta to improve and ...

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Preventing HIV/AIDS in the Workplace in Indonesia: The Partnership of PT Gajah Tunggal and YKB (2009)

“Indonesia faces the looming threat of a major epidemic” of HIV/AIDS, according to the United Nations Development Fund. PT Gajah T...

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Standard Chartered Bank and Helen Keller International Collaboration in Indonesia (2009)

Blindness is a serious public health problem in Indonesia. Blindness is slightly more prevalent in Indonesia than in SubSaharan Africa (1.5% of the...

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The Partnership of PT Dewhirst, Yayasan Kusuma Buana, Marks & Spencer, and Medika Pratama (2009)

Working Together to Improve the Health of Workers, Their Families, and the Community in Indonesia Indonesia has experienced significant improve...

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PHI Official Statement for UN Commission on the Status of Women

The Public Health Institute (PHI) welcomes the priority theme of the fifty-seventh session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women,...

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PHI's Work in Global Health: Examples of Impact

This overview summarizes PHI's work in global health — one of PHI's focus areas — and highlights concrete e...

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