Interactive webcast: President Obama's Budget Request: What Does It Mean For U.S. Global Health Efforts?
Submitted by Scott Dalessandro on 15 February 2012
21 February 2012 19:00
On Tuesday, February 21, at 12:00 p.m. ET (noon), the Kaiser Family Foundation will hold a live, interactive webcast to assess President Obama's fiscal year 2013 budget proposal and potential implications for global health. The webcast will feature a panel of global health policy experts who will analyze the Administration's proposal and how it compares to current funding levels, what may happen as the budget winds its way through Congress, and the implications for the future of U.S. global health programs.
Panelists will answer questions from viewers, which can be submitted ahead of time or during the live program to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A live link will be posted 30 minutes before the webcast begins.
Ambassador Mark Dybul, Distinguished Scholar and Co-Director, Global Health Law Program, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University
Larry Nowels, Consultant, Foreign Aid Reform and Budget, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition; Hewlett Foundation; ONE Campaign
Beth Tritter, Managing Director, The Glover Park Group
Jen Kates (Moderator), Vice President and Director, Global Health & HIV Policy, Kaiser Family Foundation
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Related themes: Policy and governance