Health innovations can’t deliver themselves. An efficient market—where all people in need have access to high-quality health products and services—is essential for improving global health.
Pneumonia remains the deadliest infectious disease worldwide, claiming the lives of more than 800,000 children under age five every year.
What happens when lifesaving products exist but are not available to the people who need them?
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Steve Davis speaks on innovations in global health that are ending some of the worst diseases and saving more lives every year.
Vietnam leads the way in offering citizens a means to take reproductive health decisions into their own hands.
The ability to safely deliver medical oxygen is just as important for health facilities as having reliable electrical power and water. Yet oxygen rarely receives the same attention as these other essentials.
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