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May 23, 2017

With the World Health Organization (WHO) slated to elect a new Director-General during the 70th World Health Assembly (WHA), what is the potential impact new leadership can bring? And more importantly are those who will be impacted paying attention? As the WHO works to implement some of the reforms agreed to during the WHA in 2016, the question global health stakeholders should be asking is: What should new leadership at the WHO do for the organization? In discussing the implications of this election, panelists from the U.S.

May 23, 2017

Photo credit: Eclectic Journey Photography Moderated by Jeffrey L. Sturchio, President and CEO of Rabin Martin, this reception and conversation will offer an opportunity to share ideas and meet MSH President and CEO, Marian Wentworth. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served. RSVP

May 23, 2017

Side Event In situations of instability, women and children bear disproportionate consequences, often in silence. The intersection between women’s health and complex settings was seen most recently in the Ebola and Zika emergencies, where health systems were taxed and workforces decimated. In other countries, political instability, migration, and natural disasters have contributed to high levels of violence, infant mortality, and maternal mortality and morbidity. 

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