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World Health Partners

Creating Real Change for Women and Children in the World's Poorest Communities Requires Innovative Partnerships

Gopi Gopalakrishnan | Posted 09.29.2015 | Impact
Gopi Gopalakrishnan

In Kenya, one of the countries where my organization, World Health Partners, works, an average of 17 women die every day from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.

Partnering Across Public and Private Sectors to Beat TB in India

Gopi Gopalakrishnan | Posted 05.23.2015 | Impact
Gopi Gopalakrishnan

Every year, nine million people contract tuberculosis (TB). If it takes you five minutes to read this article, 81 people will have contracted TB by the time you finish.

Social Entrepreneurship: The Way to Public Sector Efficiency May Be Through Private Sector Insights

Gopi Gopalakrishnan | Posted 04.07.2015 | Impact
Gopi Gopalakrishnan

The public sector suffers from a serious lack of any similar feedback mechanism. There are no quick metrics available that will assist in implementation.

Realizing a Global Vision for World Health Partners: Expansion to Africa

Gopi Gopalakrishnan | Posted 09.09.2014 | Impact
Gopi Gopalakrishnan

We have spent half a decade navigating challenges unique to the Indian health system. And, though we are proud of our progress, there remains no shortage of work in rural India.

Connecting the Dots for Basic Health Care: A Skoll World Forum Update

Gopi Gopalakrishnan | Posted 06.12.2013 | Impact
Gopi Gopalakrishnan

When it comes to working in unorganized environments, a flexible framework with a certain amount of latitude is critical. This is how we draw our strategies. We work our way up from the bottom.

Partnering for Health in the Most Remote Parts of the World

Gopi Gopalakrishnan | Posted 04.24.2013 | Impact
Gopi Gopalakrishnan

The key to our success is a management structure that facilitates active participation of our partners in a coordinated way so the best of the world can address the needs of others who were not very lucky in the locational lottery.