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Week 1

3 hours to complete

Overview and who are the players in global health diplomacy?

3 hours to complete
5 videos (Total 30 min), 10 readings, 1 quiz
5 videos
What is Global Health Diplomacy?4m
Global Health Stakeholders8m
The U.S. Government and Global Health Diplomacy4m
Philanthropic Diplomacy8m
10 readings
(Recommended) Global Health Diplomacy: Advancing Foreign Policy and Global Health Interests10m
(Supplemental) The Changing Landscape of Global Health Diplomacy10m
(Supplemental) Defining Health Diplomacy: Changing Demands in the Era of Globalization10m
(Supplemental) Mapping the Landscape in Global Health (series)10m
(Recommended) The Global Health System: Actors, Norms, and Expectations in Transitions10m
(Recommended) The Role of NGOs in the US Global Health Response10m
VIDEO: (Supplemental) Prince Harry Attends AIDS 201610m
(Recommended) The New State Department Office of Global Health Diplomacy10m
(Recommended) Global Health Philanthropy and Institutional Relationships: How Should Conflicts of Interest be Addressed?10m
VIDEO: (Supplemental) Turning the Corner on AIDS – By Bill Gates10m
1 practice exercise
Module 1 Quiz28m

Week 2

4 hours to complete

What are the drivers of policy for global health diplomacy?

4 hours to complete
4 videos (Total 28 min), 6 readings, 2 quizzes
4 videos
Global goals: Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals8m
(Supplemental) Video: “We The People” For The Global Goals2m
Summits and Replenishments9m
6 readings
(Recommended) The G7 and Global Health: A Glass Half Full, but Undrunk10m
(Recommended) Health in The Sustainable Development Goals: Ready for A Paradigm Shift?10m
(Supplemental) Country Progress Towards the Millennium Development Goals10m
VIDEO: (Supplemental) Behind the Scenes at the Global Vaccine Summit10m
(Recommended) Refueling the Global Fund10m
(Supplemental) Replenishing GAVI in 2014: Options for U.S. Engagement10m
1 practice exercise
Module 2 Quiz10m

Week 3

5 hours to complete

How is global health financed?

5 hours to complete
5 videos (Total 28 min), 9 readings, 2 quizzes
5 videos
What does the U.S. Government spend on global health?8m
What is the role of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in financing global health?6m
Other major funders of global health4m
How is the WHO funded?6m
9 readings
(Recommended) Donor Funding for Health in Low and Middle Income Countries10m
(Supplemental) Global Health Funding and Economic Development10m
(Recommended) U.S. Government Engagement in Global Health: A Primer10m
(Supplemental) U.S. Global Health Budget Tracker10m
(Recommended) The Grand Impact of the Gates Foundation10m
(Recommended) Power in Global Health Agenda Setting: The Role of Private Funding10m
(Supplemental) Financing Global Health 201510m
(Recommended) Funding WHO10m
(Supplemental) Investing in the World’s Health Organization10m
1 practice exercise
Module 3 Quiz26m

Week 4

6 hours to complete

Global health financing institutions

6 hours to complete
4 videos (Total 21 min), 16 readings, 2 quizzes
4 videos
Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations4m
The World Bank4m
Other Financing Mechanisms5m
16 readings
VIDEO: (Supplemental) The Global Fund: Be the Generation to Defeat AIDS, TB & Malaria ft Charlize Theron & Bono10m
(Recommended) Global Fund profile10m
(Supplemental) Lives Saved by Global Fund10m
(Supplemental) To Defeat AIDS, TB and Malaria: A New Generation of Financing Models10m
(Supplemental) Global immunization: status, progress, challenges and future10m
(Recommended) GAVI Profile10m
(Recommended) The U.S. and GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance10m
(Supplemental) Replenishing GAVI in 2014: Options for US Engagement10m
VIDEO: (Supplemental) Video Highlights of the GAVI Pledging Conference10m
(Recommended) World Bank Profile10m
(Recommended) The Changing Role of the World Bank in Global Health10m
(Supplemental) New Global Finance Facility To Tackle Maternal and Child Health Launched10m
Animated PowerPoint: (Supplemental) Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility Data Visualization10m
Infographic: Innovating for Global Health10m
(Recommended) UNITAID Profile10m
(Recommended) Should UNITAID Rethink its Raison d’Etre?10m
1 practice exercise
Module 4 Quiz14m



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