Have a free evening? Passionate about global health? CSIS’s new Smart Global Health commission has launched an essay competition. And, since you retain the copyright, it is no-loss situation for bloggers. If you lose, you still have a blog post ready to publish!
The CSIS Commission on Smart Global Health is seeking essay submissions that answer the following question in 500-800 words by midnight, November 20th 2009:
“What is the most important thing the U.S. can do to improve global health over the next 15 years?“
We are looking for fresh, innovative approaches to global health problems. The author of the winning essay will receive a $1,000 scholarship with a chance to be published in the Commission’s final report. Complete details can be found at:
The CSIS Commission on Smart Global Health Policy focuses on practical solutions that maximize efficiency, produce measurable results, and engage the American public. This essay contest is one way we’re expanding the conversation to include the ideas and opinions of people who are passionate about global health issues.
Christopher R. Albon is a political science Ph.D. specializing in armed conflict, public health, human security, and health diplomacy.