November 12, 2013 — Since its inception in fall 2011, Harvard’s Ministerial Leadership in Health Program has supported the work of nearly 30 health ministers from around the globe. The goal of the program, a joint initiative of Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Kennedy School, is to help health ministers—particularly those in Sub-Saharan Africa, India and other parts of Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East—in their efforts to strengthen public health services in their countries and improve health outcomes.
Learn more about the program:
Strengthening African health systems (October 2013)
Harvard welcomes global health ministers (June 2012)
Ministerial Leadership in Health Program launches (November 2011)