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Amanda Glassman, Vice President for Programs and Director of Global Health Policy, Center for Global Development
Ambassador Deborah L. Birx, US Global AIDS Coordinator & US Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
Pavlo Smyrnov, Deputy Executive Director, International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine
Hoangmai Pham, Chief Innovation Officer and Acting Director of the Policy and Programs Group, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation
Rachel Silverman, Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Global Development
Sevim Ahmedov, Senior TB Technical Adviser, USAID
The global health community has made great strides in addressing AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria: fewer people are contracting these diseases, fewer people are dying from them, and far more people are enrolled in life-saving treatments. Yet to sustain this progress and defeat these three diseases, the global community must find more efficient ways to allocate and structure funding.
How can this be done?
A new CGD report, Aligning Incentives, Aligning Impact: Next Generation Financing Models for Global Health, provides practical recommendations to help global health funders design and rollout new ways to finance programs and mechanisms to combat the three major diseases.
At this launch event, CGD is delighted to welcome keynote speaker Ambassador Deborah Birx and several of the report Working Group members (panelists to be announced) to discuss the report recommendations and share their perspectives, focusing on the importance of good incentives and the opportunities to use next generation financing models at the Global Fund and elsewhere.
The 90-minute session will be followed by a reception.