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Global health organization plans expansion in DeKalb

Mark Niesse The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A nonprofit public health organization, The Task Force for Global Health, plans to expand by potentially buying a DeKalb County government building in downtown Decatur.

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The first mile and beyond: How the Task Force for Global Health addresses the greatest health needs of the world’s poor

Georgia Nonprofit NOW, Spring 2016
Since 1999, public health expert Dr. Mark Rosenberg has been leading the fourth-largest nonprofit in the country, The Task Force for Global Health. The Decatur-based organization started with an initial focus on raising childhood immunization rates in developing countries, and has since expanded into areas including neglected tropical diseases, vaccines, field epidemiology, and public health informatics. And yet…

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Young African Leaders Inspired to Take Lessons in Global Public Health Back Home

Thought Leaders Sponsored Content by Saporta Report
A delegation of Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Fellows, representing 22 countries, visited The Task Force for Global Health on July 22 to learn about the organization’s work in Africa and better understand the role global public health plays in society.

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