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A focus on diseases and cures can mask the underlying issue: lack of access to quality healthcare.

Inadequate access results in millions of preventable deaths every year. Developing countries are served by one-tenth as many doctors and nurses per capita as high-income areas. The developed world suffers too.
We advance innovations that enable access to and ensure use of reliable, affordable and appropriate healthcare that leads to improved health outcomes in disadvantaged populations.


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Ebola: What Should We Do Now?

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“We can stop pandemics. We can make the world a safe place.”

Ian Goldin

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“I found that in the end, you could really get some tribal leaders, religious leaders, if you pose the problems and the difficulties and then ask them, 'ok, give me the solution'.”

Nafis Sadik

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