The major themes were: Social enterpreneurship, the need for innovation in developing countries, Links between the public and private sector, Global health diplomacy and coordinating parterships in the field of health research and innovative approaches to technology transfer.
The GFHR provided its expertise in research and innovation for health, equity and development, contributed its experience in bringing together high-level decision-makers in research, funding and policy and created the environment for a constructive dialogue.
The major themes were: Equitable access to health systems, Innovation in research for equitable access, Research on determinants of health equity and the future of research for health.
The major themes were: Maternal Mortality, the importance of reproductive health, Gender Equity, Social Determinants of health status and violence against women as a major global problem.
The major themes were: Targetting the poor, Health innovations in rapidly developing countries, Neglected Diseases and conditions, Equity, Research Capacity Strengthening, Reproduction and Development, Policies, Priorities and Resources.
This CHNRI session highlighted the effectiveness of child health and nutrition interventions that can inform policies for scaling up existing interventions.
This CHNRI session described the impact of poverty and nutritional status on birth weight and the life cycle, and reviewed the impact of child health interventions.
This CHNRI session discussed the need for gender-sensitive programmes and reviewed the role of research on gender for programme formulation.
This CHNRI session evaluated the contribution of research for child health and development programme design and implementation.
This session focused on the newly formed Child health and nutrition research initiative.