Issue 22

Impact Magazine No. 22: Are We Thinking Big Enough?

Check out the new issue of Impact magazine!

It’s time to change the conversation from touting the development of innovative health solutions to how we build sustainable health markets. Together with donors, policy leaders, corporate partners, philanthropists and technical experts, PSI and partners explore how to fix market failures and sustain access to quality health products and services in low- and middle-income countries.

Find out what thought leaders such as UNITAID’s Lelio Marmora, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Blair Hanewall, PSI’s Yasmin Madan and more have to say about how we can fix health markets and reduce poverty.

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It’s Time to Change the Conversation

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Expanding Access to HIV Self-Testing

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Delivering Goods from the Sky

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A Kit to Combat Zika

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Q&A with Dr. Christine Sow

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PSI and WHO Create Malaria Testing Roadmap

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7 Questions for UNITAID Director Lelio Marmora

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Why Aren’t Markets Working?

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Solving for Tomorrow’s Global Health Markets

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Changing Policy Unblocks an Obstacle

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Moving Beyond Yesterday’s Markets

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The Business of Malaria

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Putting the Consumer at the Center

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Six Reasons to Make Health Markets Work Now

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Is (Social) Enterprise the Future?

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A Model Enterprise

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4 Social Enterprises You Should Know About

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PSI in Transition

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Global health news and commentary brought to you by PSI.

Editor-in-Chief

Marshall Stowell

For general and contributor inquiries: impact[at]psi[dot]org.