Zambia has made some gains in growing its economy and improving its health outcomes.
Two decades into its democracy, the remnants of apartheid still affect the lives and health of the South African people. Social inequality among racial groupings remains a strong determinant for access to healthcare and opportunities.
Five years ago, forward-thinking funders and stakeholders came together to ask one, powerful question:
How can we accelerate the spread of innovative health practices that improve the lives of the poor?
The TATA Social Enterprise Challenge (TSEC) was launched on 7th August 2015. This Challenge is a joint initiative by the TATA group and the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM Calcutta). The Challenge endeavours to find India’s most promising early stage social enterprises, and create an ecosystem for social entrepreneurship – encouraging sustainable, scalable and measurable social Impact.
The Conference on Neglected Diseases takes place this Friday, October 2nd, at the University of Toronto.
From the conference website:
The objectives of REINVENT are to:
CHMI is thrilled to announce Learn and Launch –a new peer-learning initiative to address practical challenges that prevent programs from growing and reaching more people with quality care.
Poor health outcomes remain at the heart of Nigeria’s most challenging issues.
At the Center for Health Market Innovations, we know there are many challenges in the day-to-day operations of providing improved health care to the poor. After documenting more than 1,450 innovative health programs and speaking to program managers about what they need to succeed, we’ve learned that many of the program managers in the CHMI network face similar challenges. Still others have found solutions to the core roadblocks that prevent programs from growing and improving to reach more people with quality care.