Many countries have set bold goals to prevent and eliminate diseases and a new Task Force initiative seeks to foster collaboration so countries can reach …
Like most aspects of life during COVID-19, global health programs have had to adapt. Task Force programs are deeply engaged in COVID-19 work while also
Celebrating Kenya’s Health Workforce System as Government Takes the Helm: Q&A with Program Leads Agnes Waudo and Martha Rogers
For the last 15 years, a team in Kenya has built a robust information system that has transformed the nation’s health workforce, enabling the country
The Task Force community stepped up to support health and racial equity. From Seattle, Washington to Washington, DC, 112 participants joined The Task Force for
In Honor of World Hepatitis Day: Q&A with Coalition for Global Hepatitis Elimination Director John Ward, MD
Tuesday, July 28, marks World Hepatitis Day as a call to action against a preventable and curable disease that kills more than 1.3 million people
New Data Project on Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Could Improve Maternal and Child Health Outcomes
Americans hear a lot about the country’s opioid crisis but less often about ways to counter it and help those impacted by opioid addiction. A
The inaugural Secretariat Director of The Task Force’s Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy, Courtenay Dusenbury, MPH, is handing off that role to take on a
A recent video contest highlights field epidemiologists who are on the frontlines of COVID-19 response around the world, guiding public health interventions and disease surveillance.
In early June, The Task Force for Global Health held an internal, open forum for staff to share their thoughts on racial justice. Participants discussed
Nearly every thread of the global public health fabric has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fight to eradicate polio is no different.
Header photo caption: A drug distributor travels long distances to a remote village in Cameroon to get medicines for onchocerciasis (river blindness) and lymphatic filariasis to marginalized societies most in need.