On March 2, HFG presented three sessions at the 14th iteration of the Global Health Mini-University in Washington, DC. The one-day learning forum for global health professionals and students hosts a variety of sessions spanning the spectrum of global health topics. HFG’s sessions highlighted Community-Based Health Insurance (CBHI) case studies; health governance to enhance the impact of health financing, human resource, and service delivery reforms; and benefits packages for countries focusing on Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Death (EPCMD).
- Hailu Zelelew, Jeanna Holtz: “Community-based Health Insurance and Universal Health Coverage: Lessons from Ethiopia”
- Elaine Baruwa, Awa Dieng, Matt Kukla, Jodi Charles (USAID): “Governance in the Third Dimension: Science Fiction or Science Fact?”
- Jeanna Holtz, Laurel Hatt, Amanda Folsom, Sharon Nakhimovsky, Lauren Peterson: “A Tisket, A Tasket, is MNCH in your Benefits Basket?”
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