- Apr 27, 2015 | 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Please join us for a conference to examine U.S. policy options to advance family planning and women's health in Senegal. This event will focus on Senegal’s innovative approaches and strategic partnerships to expand access to family planning, and the complexities of overcoming barriers to further progress.
- Apr 24, 2015 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
On April 24, the CSIS Global Health Policy Center will host a major day-long conference on comprehensive prevention and control of cervical cancer. It will open with a keynote presentation on the global burden of cervical cancer, projected trends in a number of key countries, and major methods of prevention and treatment.
- Apr 17, 2015
The data are stark and incontrovertible: In Eastern and Southern Africa, girls account for 80 percent of all new HIV infections among adolescents, and HIV/AIDS is the leading cause of death for girls aged 15-19.
- Apr 15, 2015
The CSIS Americas Program and El País will host a live edition of Club de Prensa - the premier forum on today's most urgent issues with leading experts from the Americas. During this televised event, speakers will discuss this week's Summit of the Americas in Panama City, with a particular focus on what we can expect in the region moving forward.
- Apr 15, 2015
Post-harvest loss (PHL) is an enormous nutritional, economic, and environmental concern around the world, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Roughly 40 percent of the world's food supply is wasted instead of consumed due to improper storage and damages. Therefore, reducing PHL represents a unique opportunity to enhance global food security.
- Mar 19, 2015
As President Dilma Rousseff begins the third month of her second term in office, Brazil is facing more challenges than ever.
- Mar 11, 2015
As countries around the world work toward universal health coverage, leaders are looking for ways to best use resources to improve health and promote long-term economic development and social stability.
- Feb 23, 2015
As the Ebola epidemic continues in West Africa, a major challenge impeding international efforts to “get to zero” Ebola cases and deaths is the absence of effective, portable, and affordable Ebola diagnostic tools. There has been a considerable push by industry, governments, NGOs, international organizations, and foundations to develop these new tests.
- Feb 13, 2015
Please join us for a lively conversation with Tolbert Nyenswah, Assistant Minister of Health and Head of Liberia's Incident Management System (IMS).