June 24, 2024
Join us for a lecture by Michael Borowitz, Chief Economist at The Global Fund, on the future of the global health architecture and blended health financing.

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the fragility and inadequacy of our global health architecture. As we look to the future, it is clear that we need new models of health financing and governance to achieve greater health equity and resilience. Blended health financing, which combines public and private sector resources, offers a promising approach to filling gaps in health financing and increasing access to essential health services.

In this lecture, Michael Borowitz will draw on his extensive experience as Chief Economist at The Global Fund to explore the potential of blended health financing in building a more effective and sustainable global health architecture. He will highlight the challenges and opportunities associated with mobilising public and private sector resources, and discuss the critical role of partnerships in achieving our health goals.

This lecture will be of interest to anyone involved in global health policy and financing, including policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and advocates. It will provide an opportunity to engage in lively discussions on the future of global health, and to learn from one of the foremost experts in the field.

The lecture will be a hybrid, allowing participants worldwide to join the discussion. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in interactive discussions with Michael Borowitz. This is a unique opportunity to learn from and network with peers in the global health community, and to be part of a movement that is working towards a more equitable and sustainable future for all.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from Michael Borowitz on the future of blended health financing and the global health architecture. Register today to secure your spot at this important event, and join us in advancing health equity and social justice worldwide.

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