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Ccih2019 usaid-monique-wubbenhorst


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Dr. Monique Wubbenhorst, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Global Health, USAID covers the agency's mission and how they address treatment and prevention of disease, with a focus on strengthening partnerships with faith-based organizations.

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Ccih2019 usaid-monique-wubbenhorst

  1. 1. 2011BonnieGillespie,CourtesyofPhotoshare USAID Global Health Presentation CCIH 2019 Monique Chireau Wubbenhorst, MD, MPH Deputy Assistant Administrator, Global Health Bureau, US Agency for International Development
  2. 2. Introduction • For decades USAID has been a leader in supporting the health of millions around the world. • The Global Health Bureau under the USAID umbrella prioritizes: Preventing child and maternal deaths; controlling the HIV/AIDS epidemic and combating infectious disease • One of the hallmarks of effective health care delivery is a systemic approach to identifying, assessing and addressing the needs of high-risk, vulnerable populations. • While Primary Prevention is the first line of defense, of course, around the world many are already dealing with the great challenges of disease, malnutrition, infant mortality and the healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy which can impact a family’s ability to address basic needs
  3. 3. The priority for public health campaigns 1. Prevent disease 2. Prevent high-risk health behaviors PROMOTING OPTIMAL HEALTH FOR ALL
  4. 4. 1. Prevent disease & disease risk factors, including malaria, TB, vaccine-preventable diseases, malnutrition. HIGH RISK LOW RISK NO RISK Optimal Health: Prevent Disease
  5. 5. 2. Avoid exposure to risks that are associated with poor health and social outcomes, such as infidelity, tobacco, alcohol, drugs, poor eating habits, exploitation, violence HIGH RISK LOW RISK NO RISK Optimal Health: Prevent Health Risk Behaviors
  6. 6. 6 ● We realize identifying these public health problems and needs is only the beginning ● The next step is determining how to address the most pressing health-related issues in the most timely and effective manner. ● That’s where civil society organizations, including faith- based organizations, and development agencies like USAID/Global Health, join forces in partnership to fight these enormous battles, and win. How can we address these public health problems?
  7. 7. There has been no greater ally in this fight than faith-based organizations • You are trusted, respected members of your communities who know how to work within existing health systems, however basic, and expand their effectiveness • 40-70% of health care delivery, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, is done by organizations such as yours PhotoCredit:KateHolt/MCSP The critical role of faith-based organizations
  8. 8. The value of USAID-FBO partnerships • Therefore, supporting and reinforcing your efforts is key to addressing issues that impact all aspects of the lives of people in vulnerable communities worldwide, including: – Economic stability, safety and security – Health of individuals, families and communities – Opportunities for each individual to use their abilities to achieve their God-given potential. . PhotoCredit::USAID/Indonesia
  9. 9. 2018 Executive Order increased focus on, and supports strengthening of USAID FBO partnerships ● USAID-Global Health not only recognizes the importance of FBO partnerships, we are actively seeking to increase the number of such partnerships PhotoCredit::JHPIEGO_Ghana