By Robyn Shepherd, RESULTS Communications Officer
It is one thing to tell members of Congress about the suffering caused by deadly diseases like tuberculosis in the world’s poorest countries. It is another thing to bring graphic evidence of the horror of TB to the esteemed halls of the greatest legislative building in the country. . . . Read More.
By Blair Hinderliter
Impoverished people in developing countries share no blame in the current financial crisis, but they are the ones who could bear the consequences — perhaps with their lives — of mistakes made by Wall Street investors. Read More.
By Jove Oliver
As President Bush and his administration prepare to leave the White House, historians and pundits are already debating what his legacy will be. While some policies lend themselves to partisan debate, one achievement that has been lauded from both sides of the aisle is the remarkable gains that have been made in global health, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. Read More.