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Global Health Advocacy: From Palo Alto to Nyamirama. What is Political Advocacy?. Rep. Jim Nussle. Why is Advocacy Important.

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Global health advocacy from palo alto to nyamirama

Global Health Advocacy: From Palo Alto to Nyamirama




Why is advocacy important
Why is Advocacy Important

“Each of the great social achievements of recent decades has come about not because of government proclamations, but because people organized, made demands, and made it good politics for governments to respond. It is the political will of the people that makes and sustains the political will of governments.”

--James Grant, Former Executive Director of UNICEF



Global health funding history
Global Health Funding History

  • Pre-2002: Not much

  • 2002: Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB, Malaria

  • 2003: PEPFAR

  • 2009: Global Health Initiative

  • 2011: FACE AIDS Does Advocacy!





U.S. Global Health Initiative (GHI), Proposed Funding for the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014

In Billions

PEPFAR & Malaria$51(81%)

Other Global Health Priorities$12(19%)

Total = $63 billion

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of data from the Office of Management and Budget, Agency Congressional Budget Justifications prepared by individual agencies,

Congressional Appropriations Bills, and White House Statement by the President on Global Health Initiative. Also see: Kates J, The U.S. Global Health Initiative: Overview & Budget Analysis, Menlo Park: Kaiser Family Foundation, December 2009.


Current global health funding situation
Current Global Health Funding Situation the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014


Aids treatment meeting the need
AIDS Treatment: Meeting the Need the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014


What s happening in the us
What’s Happening in the US? the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014


Advocate for change
Advocate for Change the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014


Opponent the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014

Supporter

Level of Influence

B-rock Obama

Religious Institutions

FACE AIDS?

Hilary Clinton

UNAIDS

Global Fund

Paul Ryan

Tea Party

WHO

Paul Kagame

PIH

John Boehner

Abbott

Red Cross

PEPFAR (No condoms?)

Pharm Companies

Paul Farmer

Tom Harkin

Rwandan Defense Forces

ONE Campaign

Bill Easterly???

RRP+

Nationalists/Conservative Extremists

Rwandan Youth

AIDS Denialists

National AIDS Control Commission


Advocacy tools
Advocacy tools the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Malaria, & Other Global Health Priorities, FY 2009-2014

  • Mobilize other students on campus

  • Talk with your Congresspeople

    • Meet face to face at home or in DC

    • Write letters

    • Call

  • Write for your local and/or school newspaper

  • #Occupy


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