From April 2006 through April 2009, Families USA's Global Health Initiative advocated for increased U.S. government funding for research on neglected infectious diseases—diseases that are most prevalent in low-income countries, such as tuberculosis (TB), malaria, and cholera.
Although the Global Health Initiative is no longer operational due to loss of outside funding, the need for government research funding for research on global diseases is no less important.
Our publications and resources remain available to help you in your advocacy for global health research. We invite you to use our materials.
These resources include the following:
We hope you find these resources helpful as you advocate for research to ensure better health abroad and at home.