4 edition of Asias Role in Governing Global Health found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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It is essential reading for all those working at the interface of global health and international relations. " Devi Sridhar, Department of Public Health, University of Oxford "Health is occupying an increasingly central role in the global agenda, and Asia has become one of the leading regions in the world. This is why this book is both timely and valuable: it provides new and unique insights into new thinking and developments in Asia.
It should be of strong interest to students, scholars, practitioners, even laypeople who are keen to learn more about the rise of Asia and its global governance implications.
Today, led by USAID and implemented by and involving several agencies, U. The message of the book edited by Lee, Pang and Tan is that the overlap of these two processes is one of the key developments of our times. Conceivably the only common ground is that the international system has become far more complex, in large part due to the proliferation of actors.commodities, like contraceptives, or bed nets for protection from disease-carrying mosquitoes to low- and middle-income countries;• funding for global health is channeled through multiple agencies and programs; most funding is provided by Congress to the Department of State largely because most PEPFAR funding is channeled through the departmentfollowed by USAID, HHS, and DoD;• GHS efforts are primarily carried out by USAID, CDC, the Department of Defense DoDand the Department of State.
This paper explores how the WHO's role, authority and autonomy have been shaped and re-shaped, and examines what this may mean for the future of global health security. KFF global health policy fact sheets. Similarly, Asian health standards and practices are improving significantly: from the discovery of a new virus in Malaysia to a cost-innovative approach to head surgery in India or to an innovative universal health insurance scheme in Thailand. This innovative collection will appeal to students and scholars of gender studies, public policy and administration, international relations, law and political science.
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" Richard Horton, Editor, The Lancet "The distinguished editors, all with close connections to Asia, have put together a significant contribution to the field of global health politics.