Resolve to Save Lives announced today the appointment of Nanlop Adenike Ogbureke as its new Executive Director in Nigeria. Ogbureke has more than 20 years of experience in the health sector, including developing country-level strategies, providing technical advisory support to country programs, and leading research on tackling non-communicable diseases in high burden countries. In her […]
NOVEMBER 20, 2023 (ABUJA, NIGERIA)—Resolve to Save Lives announced today the appointment of Nanlop Adenike Ogbureke as its new Executive Director in Nigeria. She will oversee a technical and operations staff of 11, facilitate effective coordination and implementation of program activities, as well as foster and maintain productive relationships with government and non-governmental stakeholders within […]
Statement from Dr. Renu Garg, Senior Vice President of Cardiovascular Health at Resolve to Save Lives 26 May 2023 (NEW YORK, USA)—“By passing a best-practice policy banning industrially produced trans fat from its food supply, Sri Lanka joins neighbors India and Bangladesh and 51 other countries in the global World Health Organization REPLACE Initiative to […]
Stopping epidemics starts with primary health care. Our new article in The Lancet Public Health explains why epidemic-ready primary health care could– and should– be a landmark achievement of our pandemic recovery.
RTSL’s Prevent Epidemics Team publishes evidence from early pilots on the 7-1-7 target for early detection of and response to disease threats.
April 6, 2023 (NEW YORK, USA)—Resolve to Save Lives (RTSL), a global health organization focused on preventing 100 million deaths from cardiovascular disease and making the world safer from epidemics, today announced the appointment of Ben Silbermann, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Pinterest, to the RTSL Board of Directors. “We are thrilled to have Ben […]
“Countries must work urgently to implement ambitious, mandatory, government-led sodium reduction policies to meet the global target of reducing salt consumption by 2025,” said Dr Tom Frieden.
“I am honored to join Resolve to Save Lives as a new Board Director at this pivotal moment in the trajectory of the organization,” said Matsoso.
“I’m excited to contribute to an organization that has made such an impact in African countries and communities,” said Dr. Okeke.
Statement from Dr. Renu Garg, Senior Vice President of Cardiovascular Health at Resolve to Save Lives