The Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC, has been conducting analyses of the health transitions taking place in a set of important regional partners of the United States. So far, the team has completed assessments of South Africa, Ethiopia, and Nigeria. Now, they are turning their attention to India.
Richard Downie, lead researcher on the project, presented the main findings of the study so far, including policy recommendations for the United States as it enters a new phase of engagement with each country. He also offered for discussion a preliminary outline of his India research agenda.
Speaker: Richard Downie, Deputy Director and Fellow, Africa Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Moderated by: Dr Shamika Ravi, Senior Fellow, Brookings India
Participation in this event was by-invitation only.
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