Sara Fewer

Title(s)E2Pi Policy Program Manager, GHS - Central Admin
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    University of California, BerkeleyMaster of Public Policy2013Goldman School of Public Policy
    University of California, BerkeleyMaster of Public Health2013School of Public Health
    Mount Holyoke CollegeBachelor of Arts2004Politics
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2021Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training

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    Sara Fewer is Co-Director of the UCSF Global Health Group’s Evidence to Policy Initiative, where she leads policy analysis and outreach on health financing and health delivery systems in partnership with government agencies, donor and development agencies, and other research and public health partners.

    At the UCSF Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI), Sara co-leads efforts to support countries to transition from donor finance for malaria and to promote the long-term sustainability of countries’ malaria response.

    Sara's work also focuses on global public goods and other areas of international collective action. Sara co-managed the Lancet Commission on Investing in Health Secretariat and contributed to the Lancet Commission on Tuberculosis.

    Sara has worked on a range of global health policy topics, including sexual and reproductive health and rights and the role of private sector providers in achieving public health goals. She also served as a faculty member of the UCSF Center for Global Surgical Studies.

    In addition to her work with UCSF, Sara works with the Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation (SIGHT), an institute of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. She is a Commissioner for the Lancet-SIGHT Commission on Peaceful Societies through Health and Gender Equality.

    Sara has Master of Public Policy and Master of Public Health degrees from the University of California, Berkeley, as well as a BA from Mount Holyoke College.

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    1. Building a global policy agenda to prioritize preterm birth: A qualitative analysis on factors shaping global health policymaking. Gates Open Res. 2020; 4:65. Kassabian S, Fewer S, Yamey G, Brindis CD. PMID: 33117963.
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    2. The Lancet-SIGHT Commission on peaceful societies through health and gender equality. Lancet. 2020 02 29; 395(10225):670-671. Friberg P, Fewer S, Clark J, Horton R, Lancet–SIGHT Commission . PMID: 32113491.
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    3. Measuring development assistance for health systems strengthening and health security: an analysis using the Creditor Reporting System database. F1000Research. 2020 Jan 1; 9:584. Jessica Kraus, Gavin Yamey, Marco Schäferhoff, Hugo Petitjean, Jessica Hale, Kenan Karakulah, Chris Kardish, Estuardo Pineda, Francesca Sanders, Naomi Beyeler, Sara Fewer, Rachel Nugent, Dean T. Jamison, Ben Oppenheim, Indermit Gill. .
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    4. International Funding for Global Common Goods for Health: An Analysis Using the Creditor Reporting System and G-FINDER Databases. Health Syst Reform. 2019; 5(4):350-365. Schäferhoff M, Chodavadia P, Martinez S, McDade KK, Fewer S, Silva S, Jamison D, Yamey G. PMID: 31710516.
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    5. Building a tuberculosis-free world: The Lancet Commission on tuberculosis. Lancet. 2019 Mar 30; 393(10178):1331-1384. Reid MJA, Arinaminpathy N, Bloom A, Bloom BR, Boehme C, Chaisson R, Chin DP, Churchyard G, Cox H, Ditiu L, Dybul M, Farrar J, Fauci AS, Fekadu E, Fujiwara PI, Hallett TB, Hanson CL, Harrington M, Herbert N, Hopewell PC, Ikeda C, Jamison DT, Khan AJ, Koek I, Krishnan N, Motsoaledi A, Pai M, Raviglione MC, Sharman A, Small PM, Swaminathan S, Temesgen Z, Vassall A, Venkatesan N, van Weezenbeek K, Yamey G, Agins BD, Alexandru S, Andrews JR, Beyeler N, Bivol S, Brigden G, Cattamanchi A, Cazabon D, Crudu V, Daftary A, Dewan P, Doepel LK, Eisinger RW, Fan V, Fewer S, Furin J, Goldhaber-Fiebert JD, Gomez GB, Graham SM, Gupta D, Kamene M, Khaparde S, Mailu EW, Masini EO, McHugh L, Mitchell E, Moon S, Osberg M, Pande T, Prince L, Rade K, Rao R, Remme M, Seddon JA, Selwyn C, Shete P, Sachdeva KS, Stallworthy G, Vesga JF, Vilc V, Goosby EP. PMID: 30904263.
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    6. Improving resource mobilisation for global health R&D: a role for coordination platforms? BMJ Glob Health. 2019; 4(1):e001209. Beyeler N, Fewer S, Yotebieng M, Yamey G. PMID: 30899563.
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    7. The political prioritization of preterm birth: a policy analysis using a prioritization framework. Annals of Global Health. 2016 Aug 20; 82(3):428-429. S. Kassabian, S. Fewer, G. Yamey, C. Brindis. .
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    8. Achieving a "Grand Convergence" in Global Health by 2035: Rwanda Shows the Way Comment on "Improving the World's Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda". Int J Health Policy Manag. 2015 Jul 29; 4(11):789-91. Yamey G, Fewer S, Beyeler N. PMID: 26673345.
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    9. How much donor financing for health is channelled to global versus country-specific aid functions? Lancet. 2015 Dec 12; 386(10011):2436-41. Schäferhoff M, Fewer S, Kraus J, Richter E, Summers LH, Sundewall J, Yamey G, Jamison DT. PMID: 26178405.
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    10. Germany, the G7, and global health. BMJ. 2015 Mar 05; 350:h1210. Yamey G, Campe S, Fewer S. PMID: 25744556.
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