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Unformatted text preview: !&quot;#$&quot;$$ $ W o rk in g T o g e th e r to Im p ro v e G lo b a l H e a lth Alexandra Garcia, PhD, RN UT Austin School of Nursing N309 Global Health Why Cooperate for Global Health? Consensus and advocacy more effective than working alone Share knowledge to set global standards Global efforts for global problems e.g., air pollution, nuclear fallout Disease surveillance across nations Pandemics Share costs of global threats, eg., TB Players in Global Health Efforts UN agencies WHO Partnerships Development Banks &amp; Trade Organizations Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) http://www.sph.emory.edu/PHIL/ PHILnongov.php Development Agencies of Specific Countries Special Programs Foundations Public-Private Partnerships United Nations Agencies World Health Organization WHO l providing leadership on global health matters z UN Children ` s Fund UNICEF l overcome poverty, violence, diseasein a child ` s path z *World Food Programme WFP worlds largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide z United Nations Agencies Program on HIV/AIDS UNAIDS UN Fund for Population Activities UNFPA UN Development Program UNDP World Health Organization HQ in Geneva; 6 Regional Offices 147 Country Offices Promote l the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health z Financed by member countries subscriptions and donations !&quot;#$&quot;$$ # WHO Advocacy and consensus building Sharing knowledge across countries: reports, conferences, studies World Health Report: Link: Surveillance Standards Develop and lead international agreements Technical assistance 8 9 WHO...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course N 309 taught by Professor García during the Fall '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.
- Fall '11