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The Global Fund 14h
“This is a time for global leadership & solidarity. It is a time to vow that we all can’t rest until social justice & equity in the fight against flows through ever city, every township & every village across the world.” -
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UNOPS 15h
Executive Director of highlights the enormous challenges poses for procurement & supply chains in a new blog for , supported by UNOPS:
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Global Health Strategies 15h
📣 Happening today! 📣 Join & more for a discussion on re-imagining health systems to provide quality care for the most vulnerable. Register here:
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CRSUganda 16h
As spreads around the world, there is an urgent need to tackle coronavirus while ensuring that other killer diseases, such as malaria, are not neglected. We’re partnering with the and governments in 27 countries to .
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The Global Fund Aug 12
Global Fund COVID-19 Situation Report (11 August) The Situation Report brings together essential news and updates about the partnership’s response to the pandemic.
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Zero Malaria Aug 12
On we are uniting across the world to demand ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏻 . We're introducing our , as young advocates, doctors and scientists from all over Africa, they're taking on the malaria fight and inspiring others at the same time.
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The Global Fund Aug 12
“Supply chain challenges resulting from go beyond the fight against the virus… We risk not just a surge of deaths from COVID-19, but a resurgence of deaths from HIV, TB & malaria, reversing years of hard-won gains.” -
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UNOPS Aug 12
In a new blog supported by UNOPS, chief discusses the need for unprecedented levels of collaboration, innovation & money to effectively respond to 👉
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WACI Health Aug 12
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The Global Fund Aug 11
As a community health worker in Kenya’s Homa Bay County, Evaline has helped her community dramatically reduce the number of people who die from malaria. And when arrived, she enlisted to fight the new enemy.
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Thomson Reuters Foundation News Aug 10
Everlyne isn't a doctor, nurse or medic. But that's not stopping her from being on the frontline of Kenya's coronavirus fight.
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Malaria No More Aug 10
“The worst damage is not coming from covid-19 directly but from its knock-on effects” explains. US investments in prevent millions of deaths & help mitigate the effects of the pandemic on other health initiatives
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Y+ Global Aug 10
Today at 1430hrs (CAT), join a conversation on our facebook page: on the engagement of in leadership. & Kate Thomson will be having a dialogue with on engagement in leadership during their time.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 6
Join our new challenge & protect your loved ones from . To break the chains of transmission, we must also: -Keep physical distance -Keep cleaning your 👐 -Keep away from big crowds -Keep covering your 👄&👃 when & cough 𝗗𝗼 𝗶𝘁 𝗮𝗹𝗹!
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Gates Foundation Aug 9
80% of TB, HIV, and malaria programs worldwide have reported disruptions in services. Global solidarity and urgent action are needed to protect prevention and treatment services.
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UNAIDS Aug 7
A six-month disruption to medical supplies caused by could result in an additional 500 000 AIDS-related deaths in sub-Saharan Africa by the end of 2021. Urgent action is needed NOW.
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Elton John AIDS Fdn Aug 6
With Africa nearing 1 million cases, the time to contain the pandemic is now. urgently needs funds to support vulnerable countries with PPE for health workers and diagnostics. By acting now, we can prevent thousands of avoidable deaths
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The Global Fund Aug 7
Worrying: Spread of malaria parasites resistant to treatment by artemisinin in Africa would exact a huge toll in human lives and economic losses. Countries and global health partners should work together urgently to stop it.
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The Global Fund Aug 7
Important piece by : “The U.S. interest in preventing covid-19 from ravaging the developing world is undeniable. You can’t effectively fight a pandemic at home when it rages abroad.”
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Global Fund Advocates Network Asia-Pacific Aug 3
Mya Wai and Dr Myint share their experiences and thoughts of providing malaria services during COVID-19 through their work with funded through . Full Story:
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