The groundbreaking report from the Commission on Women and Health is available in full on The Lancet’s website.

Commission Report
Women and Health: the key for sustainable development

Ana Langer, Afaf Meleis, Felicia M Knaul, Rifat Atun, Meltem Aran, Héctor Arreola-Ornelas, Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Agnes Binagwaho, Ruth Bonita, Jacquelyn M Caglia, Mariam Claeson, Justine Davies, France A Donnay, Jewel M Gausman, Caroline Glickman, Annie D Kearns, Tamil Kendall, Rafael Lozano, Naomi Seboni, Gita Sen, Siriorn Sindhu, Miriam Temin, Julio Frenk

Making women count
Richard Horton, Audrey Ceschia

Promoting women’s health for sustainable development
Jim Yong Kim, Timothy Evans

Valuing the health and contribution of women is central to global development
Melinda Gates

Ana Langer: global leader in women’s health
Richard Lane

The live webcast was moderated by Mary Nell Wegner, Executive Director of the Maternal Health Task Force, who discussed the report’s key findings with the following Commissioners:
Ana Langer, Director, Women and Health Initiative
Afaf Meleis, Former Dean, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Ruth Bonita, Emeritus Professor, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Felicia Knaul, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School