Task Force for Global Health (TFGH)
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1984-03 Bellagio Italy
Founded Mar 1984, Bellagio (Italy), during Bellagio Conference, as Task Force for Child Survival, as a collaborative effort among B-XB3548 - WHO, F-XF3380 - UNICEF, E-XE3382 - UNDP, F-XF1393 - International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) (World Bank) and F-XF1885 - The Rockefeller Foundation, to achieve the goal of raising child immunization to 80%, which was reached by 1990. F-XF5606 - United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) joined as 6th sponsor in 1994, as well as other organizations. Following UN World Summit for Children, changed title to Task Force for Child Survival and Development (TFCSD), 1990. Current name adopted, 1 Mar 2009. Registered under the laws of the State of Georgia (USA), 5 May 1986.
Solve large-scale health problems affecting vulnerable populations around the world; focus on controlling and eliminating debilitating diseases; build sustainable health systems that protect and promote health.
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Board of Directors. Includes: E-XM5860 - Children Without Worms (CWW); E-XM1205 - International Trachoma Initiative (ITI); E-XM0041 - Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions NETwork (TEPHINET).
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