Center for Strategic and International Studies

For Development Of Policy Recommendations To Increase U.S. Leadership On Women's Global Health

This grant supports a project to advance bipartisan U.S. support under the next Administration and Congress for women’s global health as an essential component of U.S. global health policy, building on the investments already made, including in family planning and reproductive health. The project seeks to ensure that the new Administration and Congress continue the momentum, implement commitments, and prioritize key recommendations in the area of women’s global health, regardless of the outcome of the November elections. The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will convene a Gender Working Group to develop a fair and balanced review of the Obama Administration's accomplishments in women's global health and outstanding challenges, and produce actionable recommendations for the incoming Administration and Congress. The project will also develop short videos featuring African women and girls participating in U.S.-funded health programs to illustrate the impact of U.S. policies on women's global health.
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