The Task Force was initially founded to solve one global health challenge – low, global, childhood immunization rates. Since then, the world has turned to us to help them solve some of the toughest health challenges we face.
As reflected in our original name, The Task Force for Child Survival, our early work focused on health issues affecting children around the world. We later became The Task Force for Global Health to reflect the expanded breadth of our programs that address the health needs of populations around the world. To learn more about our history and progress over the years, check out our Annual Reports and our co-founder, Dr. Foege’s book, The Task Force for Child Survival.
Following are some of the defining moments in our history:
30 Years of Seeing Faces
Watch our documentary, “30 Years of Seeing the Faces,” to learn more about our history and how The Task Force has evolved over the years.
Without partnerships, much – potentially all – global health work would be fruitless. That is why we decided to catch up with one of our
Blog – Entering the Global Arena: The Task Force’s New Non-State Actor in Official Relations Status with the WHO Brings Unique Opportunities for Collaboration
By: Lori Warrens, MedSurplus Alliance Director The World Health Organization (WHO) is an agency of the United Nations (UN) that serves as the UN coordination
In 2013, the 90-90-90 goals were set to help end the global AIDS epidemic – by 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will