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Comment financer la santé des adolescents?

Comment financer la santé des adolescents?

May 16, 2017
09:15 - 10:00 AM

Conférence mondiale sur la santé des adolescents : Libérer le potentiel d'une génération
CanWatch
Ottawa,
Canada

Cette session interactive porte sur les mesures qui permettront de trouver des investissements équitables et sensibles au genre pour la santé des adolescents. Les conférenciers présentent les constats récents de la recherche démontrant un rendement positif des investissements en santé des adolescents, discutent des modes de financement pour les cibles des ODD et de Chaque femme, chaque enfant, et examinent des sources de financement, comme le mécanisme de financement de la Stratégie mondiale, le Global Financing Facility, et des mécanismes de financement complémentaires et parallèles qui contribueront sensiblement à combler le manque de fonds pour les contextes humanitaires et fragiles.

Modératrice : Julia Sánchez, présidente-directrice générale, Conseil canadien pour la coopération internationale (CCCI)

Haut-parleurs

Marc-André Blanchard

Ambassador

Canada’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations

Emanuele Capobianco

Deputy Executive Director

Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health

Mariam Claeson

Director

Global Financing Facility

la biographie

Mariam Claeson, M.D., M.P.H. has been the Director of the GFF since October 2016. She is a recognized expert on global health issues, with deep experience in addressing the particular challenges faced by women, newborns and children.

She previously served as the Director for Maternal Newborn and Child Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which she joined in July 2012.  Prior to that, she was the Regional Program Coordinator for AIDS in the South Asia Region of the World Bank (2005- 2012) and the Lead Public Health Specialist in the Health, Nutrition and Population, Human Development Network of the World Bank (1996- 2004).  

Before joining the World Bank, Dr. Claeson worked with the Global Program for the Control of Diarrheal Diseases, World Health Organization (1987-1995). She has worked in clinical practice at the rural district level (Tanzania, Bangladesh and Bhutan); in national immunization and diarrheal disease control (Ethiopia 1984-1986); and, for the World Bank in health sector development programs in middle- and low-income countries, including in Egypt, Jordan, Uzbekistan, China and the Philippines and in national HIV/AIDS programs, including in Afghanistan and India.

George Patton

Chair

Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing and University of Melbourne, Australia