Skip Navigation

Scout Archives

Home Projects Publications Archives About Sign Up or Log In

Global Health Council

Created in 1972, the Global Health Council (then known as the National Council of International Health) was created to identify priority world health problems and report on them to a wide range of parties, including government agencies and the global health community. In order to disseminate its findings and keep the public informed, the Council has created this well-organized website. The homepage offers visitors the basic layout of the site's contents, as it includes a selection of news briefs dealing with world health concerns and information on the most recent accomplishments of the Council. The top of the homepage offers subject links to the main programmatic areas of interest to the Council: women's health, child health, HIV/AIDS, and infectious disease. Of course, there is a strong publication section, which includes such timely documents as "Faith in Action: Examining the Role of Faith-Based Organizations in Addressing HIV/AIDS" and "Preventing Tuberculosis in HIV-Infected Persons".
?  Cumulative Rating: (not yet rated)
Scout Publication
GEM Subject
Language
Date of Scout Publication
1999-11-30
Date Of Record Creation
2004-11-18 17:18:00
Date Of Record Release
2004-12-16 19:31:45
Resource URL Clicks
32

Resource Comments

(no comments available yet for this resource)