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Sara Fewer

Title(s)E2Pi Policy Program Manager, GHS - Central Admin
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
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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

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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 low- and middle-income countries. Sara serves as a core member of the Commission on Investing in Health Secretariat and the research team of the program, International Collective Action for Health: quantifying and closing the financing gaps, led by the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health at Duke University. Sara's work focuses on donor financing in global health, global public goods and other areas of international collective action, and country transitions from donor support.

    Sara also conducts research on the role of private sector providers in achieving public health goals. She serves as a faculty member of the UCSF Center for Global Surgical Studies, which aims to improve access to quality surgical care in low-resource settings through research and education.

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    1. 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. Building a tuberculosis-free world: The Lancet Commission on tuberculosis. Lancet. 2019 Mar 30; 393(10178):1331-1384. PMID: 30904263.
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    2. Beyeler N, Fewer S, Yotebieng M, Yamey G. Improving resource mobilisation for global health R&D: a role for coordination platforms? BMJ Glob Health. 2019; 4(1):e001209. PMID: 30899563.
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    3. Yamey G, Fewer S, Beyeler N. 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. PMID: 26673345; PMCID: PMC4629710.
    4. Schäferhoff M, Fewer S, Kraus J, Richter E, Summers LH, Sundewall J, Yamey G, Jamison DT. How much donor financing for health is channelled to global versus country-specific aid functions? Lancet. 2015 Dec 12; 386(10011):2436-41. PMID: 26178405.
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    5. Yamey G, Campe S, Fewer S. Germany, the G7, and global health. BMJ. 2015 Mar 05; 350:h1210. PMID: 25744556.
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