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    Task Force President and CEO Mark Rosenberg was the guest speaker for the July gathering for Atlanta alumni of the University of Georgia's Terry Business School. Rosenberg shared stories about the early days of the Task Force and provided participants with a broad picture of the Task...

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    In collaboration with WebsEdge TV and the Measles Initiative partners, AMMRIRIA (Accelerated Measles Mortality Reduction Improving Routine Immunizations in Africa), a project of the Task Force for Global Health, produced Measles Control: success in the balance for the 2010 Canadian Conference on...

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    This mini-documentary illustrates the value of the collaboration between the Task Force program Children Without Worms, their primary funder Johnson & Johnson, Inc., and other NGOs.  The film features interviews with program coordinators in Cambodia as well as leadership from...

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     This short video, prepared by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation encourages support for the goal of eradicating polio, which is now near 99% eradication. The video highlights great accomplishments in World history, such as apartheid, made possible by collaboration and collective...

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    This 30 minute video is a collaborative effort highlighting the role of compassion in global health. Featuring global health leaders and educators from around the world to dialogue about the value of seeing the faces of people helped through public health. The video features former President...

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    The White House videotaped an interview with Dr. William Foege, global health leader and founder of The Task Force for Global Health, on receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Dr. Foege speaks about the potential impact of the world, the role of the US in the eradication of...

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     In 2008 an outbreak of rubella swept across the 9 islands that make up the African nation of Cape Verde infecting many pregnant women and their unborn children.  In October 2013 Cape Verde mobilized 1000 health workers, firemen and community volunteers to join with the Red Cross,...