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Melanie Archer 18h
As someone who works on from a European capital, I'm glad to encourage nominations for the 2019 . Help get grassroots change-makers the recognition they deserve for their work to , and
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Better disease preparedness is 🔑 to combat the “new normal” of large disease outbreaks, including , says
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Global Health Strategies Jun 16
"The rankings are only relevant if there's a local champion willing to drive the local changes — and an appetite from the government itself." A must-read from on why global development loves rankings & what they really mean.
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Global Health Strategies Jun 16
We’ve all been told to limit our intake of processed foods, but what makes them so bad? New research from the answers this question & more ⬇️
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Global Health Strategies Jun 15
ECHO study results find no link between Depo-Provera and HIV, but too many women still don't have access to contraceptive options or HIV prevention tools. Read more:
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allAfrica.com Jun 15
Nominations Open for 2019 REACH Awards, Honoring Frontline Health Workers and Innovators in Disease Elimina:
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Global Health Strategies Jun 15
Despite the great opportunities that technologies offer, without regulation, these tools could inadvertently spur greater inequality, cautions & coauthors. The solution? Read on in :
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Global Health Strategies Jun 15
It’s time to against /AIDS, and . launched an interactive map of articles supporting increased U.S. investment in the . Check it out here:
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Sahiyo Jun 15
A panel discussion with survivors of Female Genital Cutting has just begun at Sahiyo’s event, featuring survivors Fakhera, Lubaina and Eliza, and is moderated by Qudsiya Contractor @OrchidProject@equalitynow
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Global Health Strategies Jun 14
Smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death across the world. The answer to addiction lies in hacking the brain's reward-based learning system. can help to break the habit loop, writes :
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Global Health Strategies Jun 14
Cervical cancer is preventable & treatable. With vaccines, screenings & more collaboration, no one should die of this disease in 2019, writes
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Global Health Strategies Jun 14
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Helen Branswell Jun 14
The outbreak in North Kivu is an emergency for DRC & the region but not yet the world, Emergency Committee concludes for the 3rd time.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 14
LIVE from WHO HQ: Press Conference on the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on
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Global Health Strategies Jun 14
Timely access to is often overlooked as a crucial component of quality health care. For blood donations to serve the patients most in need, our health systems must be well-resourced enough to guarantee the safety and quality of every blood transfusion.
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Global Health Strategies Jun 14
Blood donations save millions of lives every year. Officials at in celebrate progress & call for by bolstering: 👉Voluntary non-remunerated blood donation 👉Quality assurance for blood safety 👉National government coordination
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Helen Branswell Jun 14
Wondering who is on the emergency committee meeting today to decide whether to recommend declare DRC's outbreak a public health emergency of international concern? Here's a who's who.
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Global Health Strategies Jun 14
Every day, thousands of lives depend on access to safe blood transfusions, from women suffering complications in pregnancy and childbirth, to children with severe anemia from malnutrition or malaria. Sign up as blood donor today:
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Pragya Vats Jun 14
You could be a super ‘hero’ to someone somewhere in need
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