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5th Feb 2019: University of Oxford MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine Presentation Series: Policy Briefings on Global Health

5 February 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

5th February 2019

‘University of Oxford MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine Students

Presentation Series: Policy Briefings on Global Health’

(Oxford MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine Students 2019)

 

For the last few years the APPMG has been hosting the University of Oxford MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine Students at Parliament to present on policy briefing topics suggested by the APPG and other Global Health and International Development APPGs. This year, the presentations included the following:

  • What is the reality of specialist mental health services available for those living with HIV/AIDS and is there scope in aid programmes and funding to ensure that those in low income countries are able to access this support? Dr Adeniyi Aderoba, Ainura Moldokmatova, Dr Hai Duong Ha, Luzia Freitas, Sreymom Pol
  • What are the policy implications and opportunities from the BEST Framework to ensure inclusive development supports key populations including, children, maternal health, refugees, nomadic and indigenous communities in achieving access to Universal Health Coverage through NTD investments? Dr Alexey Youssef, Dr Vitalis Feteh, Dr Lilian Ibe, M. Fariba Hossain, Dr Zineb Bentounsi
  • In light of the overlap in endemicity of NTDs and the big three diseases, what are the entry points to include NTD investments within the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria? Francisco Obando, Dr Li Ann Ong, Dr Mona Ibrahim, Dr Nicole Feune de Colombi, Rita Njeru, Dr Sulaiman Jalloh
  • UK Aid malaria funding: The differences for endemic country experience between direct bilateral funding for malaria programmes versus contributions to the Global Fund. Dr Elisha Ngetich, Dr Farah Jawitz, Dr Grace Mzumara, Martin Merello, Samantha Fien-Helfman
  • “40 Million by 2022: challenges and opportunities of TB programme scale-up to reach the missing millions” Dr Claudia Paul, Dr Mesulame Namedre, Na’ima Nasir, Rachel Hounsell, Dr Zay Yar Phyo Aung

 The students’ presentations and policy briefings can be found here:

1. Mental Health and HIV slides

1. Mental Health Services and HIV

2. UK Aid Malaria Funding slides

2. UK Aid Malaria Funding

3. BEST Framework slides

3. BEST Framework

4. Global Fund and NTDs slides

4. Global Fund and NTDs

5. TB Control slides

5. TB Control

Details

Date:
5 February 2019
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm