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    4th "Global Health Professional: Leadership and Communication, that makes a difference"
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    Continuing on from last year, Health and Global Policy Institute organized a “Forth Global Health Summer Program”, co-sponsored with the Department of Global Health Policy at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Medicine. The aim of the program is to discover and develop young talent capable of becoming next-generation leaders in the global health field, through provision of a program that enables them to cooperate with leaders active at the front line of diverse fields in order to devise and implement an action plan.
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    34th Breakfast Meeting 
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    On December 2, Health and Global Policy Institute organized another in our series of Breakfast Meetings. On this occasion, we welcomed Dr. Seth Berkley, CEO of GAVI, to speak on the theme, “GAVI : New Challenges for Public-Private Partnerships.”
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    13th Special Breakfast Meeting Report
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    On the 29th November 2011, the Health and Global Policy Institute hosted a Special Breakfast Meeting for its advisers, sponsors and other influential intellectual individuals. We were delighted to welcome Ms. Judith Watt, Strategic Consultant for the NCD Alliance, and Ms. Loyce Pace, Director of Health Policy at the Lance Armstrong Foundation as speakers.
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    NCD Japan Forum 2011 
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    On the 29th September 2011, the Health and Global Policy Institute hosted the "NCD JAPAN Forum 2011 ~ Chronic Disease Control and the NCD Agenda in Developed Countries!" at the Ambassador's Residence of the British Embassy in Tokyo.
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    Reconstruction in Tohoku: An Open Dialogue on Strategies and Partnerships
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    On November 11, 2011, an urgent forum on the theme “Global Perspectives on Reconstruction in Tohoku: Open Dialogue on Japan-U.S. Collaboration on Health & Healthcare” was jointly convened by HGPI and The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Fukushima. Around 70 people from Japan and overseas, including government officials, healthcare providers, executives of healthcare-related enterprises, leading media journalists, and members of the public, gathered to focus on establishing an open platform to facilitate long-term international cooperation in health and healthcare in the stricken Tohoku area.

     
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    Global Health Summer Program 2011
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    Health and Global Policy Institute organized Global Health Summer Program 2011 (July 28 – Aug 6) for young talent capable of becoming next-generation leaders, co-sponsored with the Department of Global Health Policy at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Medicine. After students attended lectures of leaders from diverse fields, they divided into 4 groups, devised and presented action plans for the mission “Polio Eradication.”

     
  • 32nd Breakfast Meeting
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    Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI) organized its 32nd Breakfast Meeting on May 20. We invited Mr. George Guszcza, Chief of Operations for Project HOPE's Operation Rising Sun, to speak about "Healthcare support for Tohoku led by Project HOPE and HGPI." After his informative speech, there was a stimulating discussion of both urgent needs and a vision for future reconstruction after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami off the Pacific coast of eastern Japan.

     
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    the Global Health Forum 2011, the Health Policy Summit 2011, and a bi-partisan Congressional Briefing
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    On February 25th and 26th, 2011, the Global Health Forum 2011, the Health Policy Summit 2011, and a bi-partisan Congressional Briefing were convened. The conferences, through the participation of multiple stakeholders including the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the World Health Organization (WHO), and UNITAID (an international medical supply donor)--along with the assistance of Tokyo University’s Global Health Leadership Program―provided a platform for spirited discussions on domestic and international healthcare policies.