Global Health Council

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The Global Health Council "is the world's largest membership alliance dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world." Their website adds that:

"The Global Health Council, formerly the National Council of International Health, is a U.S.-based, nonprofit membership organization that was created in 1972 to identify priority world health problems and to report on them to the U.S. public, legislators, international and domestic government agencies, academic institutions and the global health community.

"Dr. Nils Daulaire, the Global Health Council's president and CEO, was recruited in 1998 to transform the Global Health Council into a dynamic organization that puts global health squarely where it belongs: a priority for everyone, rich and poor alike." [1]

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