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[Correspondence] Women in Global Health—Germany network

Women represent the majority of the global health workforce, but only 25% are in leadership positions.1,2 In the UN System, only 23% of top leaders are women, and women are underrepresented in the governing bodies of public–private partnerships for health worldwide. Men direct around 70% of the total US$92·1 billion in global health funding,3 and they form the majority of discussion panels on global health.4 To tackle the various complex issues of global health, diversity and gender parity in leadership are needed.