This project was a series of cross-cutting seminars on health and economic development in Africa that was organized by four centers at Duke University: The Center for Policy Impact in Global Health (CPIGH), Duke Center for International Development (DCID), Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, and the Duke Global Health Innovations Center (GHIC).
Seminar One, The Africa-India Trade in Pharmaceuticals and Health Services, was presented by: Indermit Gill, Arti Grover Goswami, Siddharth Dixit, and Chinmoy Kumar.
Seminar Two, Financing Health in Sub-Saharan Africa, was presented by: Gavin Yamey, Sarah Bermeo, Charles Muiruri, Kaci Kennedy, Godfrey Kisigo, and Osondu Ogbuoji.
Seminar Three, Care Delivery and Payment Innovation, was presented by: Mark McClellan, Krishna Udayakumar, Beth Eanelli, and Kaakpema “KP” Yelpaala.
Video Seminar One: The Africa-India trade in pharmaceuticals and health services
Blog Seminar One: Is trade with India changing Africa’s health care landscape?
Video Seminar Two: Financing health in Sub-Saharan Africa
Blog Seminar Two: Closing Africa’s health financing gap
Video Seminar Three: Care delivery and payment innovation
Blog Seminar Three: Achieving health gains on the way to universal health coverage in Africa
This project was funded by the Duke Africa Initiative.