Five employees shared their perspectives on being Black public health professionals during a virtual panel on February 18 hosted by The Task Force during Black
Ever wondered how you can help solve a problem as big as eliminating diseases that affect more than a billion people? If you have, The
Question: What does it take to deliver at least 1.5 billion doses of medicine to over 70 countries each year? Answer: A first-rate supply chain.
January 30 marked World NTD Day, an occasion to raise awareness about neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). One such NTD is a disabling parasitic infection endemic
African researchers from Malawi, Ethiopia, Benin and Kenya share their stories in a video called “Research for Africans, by Africans.” Each received funding from the
The world’s leading infectious cause of blindness is a disease called trachoma. There are currently 138 million people known to be at risk of the
The following are The Task Force’s statements submitted to the World Health Organization (WHO) on various issues discussed at the 148th Session of the WHO’s
The following is The Task Force’s statement submitted to the World Health Organization (WHO) for the World Health Assembly (WHA) which The Task Force attended
The Task Force’s Voices for Vaccines (VFV) program is a parent-led initiative supported by scientists, doctors, and public health officials to provide parents clear, science-based
Field epidemiologists are an essential part of a country’s health workforce, providing disease surveillance, outbreak response, and general public health expertise to protect communities from
The Task Force for Global Health and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have signed an agreement to accelerate disease elimination efforts among PAHO’s member
Header photo caption: A drug distributor travels long distances to a remote village in Cameroon to get medicines for onchocerciasis (river blindness) and lymphatic filariasis to marginalized societies most in need.