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Old October 14 2009, 04:01 PM   #1
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$1000 Scholarship or Cash Prize for Best Essay

I work for a foreign policy institution that is holding an essay contest. I know there are a lot of passionate idealists and writers here and thought this might be a good venue for promoting it.

What is the most important thing the US can do to improve global health over the next 15 years?

The CSIS Commission on Smart Global Health is publishing a report in January 2010 that charts the future for US global health policy. We're seeking fresh, new ideas that can produce big gains in global health.

You don't have to be a tenured professor or a world-renowned expert. You just need to explain, passionately and convincingly, what you think is the smartest way to improve global health.

http://www.smartglobalhealth.org/pages/essay-signup
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