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Federal Spending Package Includes Bill to Boost Fight Against Neglected Tropical Diseases

Statement from Jamie Bay Nishi, Director of the Global Health Technologies Coalition, on the passage of the End Neglected Tropical Diseases Act, which was included in H.R. 1865, the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020, passed by Congress on December 19, 2019.

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GHTC Director quoted in Healio Infectious Disease News on the passage of the End NTDs Act
Healio Infectious Disease News quoted GHTC Director Jamie Bay Nishi in an article on the fiscal year 2020 spending packages, which includes the End NTDs Act.
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GHTC joins sign-on letter urging passage of FY20 Defense appropriations bill to protect funding for Defense Health Research Programs

GHTC joined 103 organizations in endorsing a letter to House and Senate leadership urging them to complete final negotiations on the fiscal year (FY) 2020 Defense Appropriations Act and pass the bill in order to protect funding for the Defense Health Research Programs, including the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs—which have historically supported research on global health issues like malaria and tuberculosis.

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GHTC joins sign-on letter urging swift passage of FY20 appropriations bills to avoid negative consequences for science and research

GHTC joined 162 organizations in endorsing a letter to House and Senate leadership urging them to complete work on the fiscal year (FY) 2020 appropriations bills as soon as possible, given that the uncertainty created by short-term continuing resolutions can have “severe consequences for science and research.”

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Homeland Preparedness News covers GHTC awards

Homeland Preparedness News covered GHTC's 2019 Innovating for Impact Awards, which honored Representatives Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL).

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