Individual and collective health are jeopardized by an array of challenges, including food insecurity and poor nutrition, infectious and non-communicable diseases, and, in many developing countries, enormous out-of-pocket medical costs that force poor and vulnerable populations into financial ruin. We support innovative strategies that incentivize individuals, communities, and governments to address the breadth of variables that contribute to healthy societies.
Resilience: A Tool for a New Era of Health Threats
Introducing Zilient: A global resilience network
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Human Behavior: Learning from the First Bellagio Center Thematic Residency
Why should we prioritize universal health coverage?
Universal health coverage is key to building resilience health systems that make people and planet healthier., President, The Rockefeller Foundation, 2005 – 2017 President Emerita, University of Pennsylvania
Governments have everything to gain when they prioritize human health. I am hopeful for global progress…, Minister of Health, Rwanda
Weak links in a health system are deadly fuel to pandemics. Universal health coverage fills gaps and…, Director, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Universal health coverage must include reproductive health and leave no girl or woman behind., CEO, Women Deliver
Accountability for universal health coverage is imperative to ensure the most vulnerable benefit first., CEO, Management Sciences for Health