Tuesday, June 15 • 2:30pm - 4:15pm
B2: Models for Improving Metrics in Global Health

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Presenters Discuss:
trends in contraceptive security over time at the national, regional, and global level, measures used to identify priority areas for additional support and program planning, and how measures can be used to advocate for improved resource allocation by country governments, global donors, and lenders (Global); key relationships between health drivers and outcomes, potential health futures and opportunities for creating change (Global); gaps and issues related to indicators for measuring health systems strengthening (HSS) and the opportunities for moving toward an international consensus (Global); and the costs and benefits of meeting needs for family planning and for maternal and newborn health care in developing countries and key similarities and differences in needs and impacts between major geographic regions (Sub Saharan Africa, South Central and Southeastern Asia and Latin America, Caribbean)

Tuesday June 15, 2010 2:30pm - 4:15pm EDT
Congressional Room

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