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Biggest Threat To CEPI’s Goals Is ‘Not Scientific, But Political’

New York Times: Stopping Pandemics Before They Start Tina Rosenberg, author and a co-founder of the Solutions Journalism Network “…Over the next five years, [the Center for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)] aims to develop multiple viable vaccine candidates against three pathogens: Lassa fever, Nipah, and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. ……

Foreign Aid Contributes To U.S. Interests, National Security

Foreign Policy: Foreign Aid Is About U.S. Interests Daniel Runde, William A. Schreyer chair at CSIS “Seventy years ago this month, at Harvard’s commencement, Gen. George C. Marshall … announced a plan to aid post-war Europe with a massive aid package … The Marshall Plan, as it would come to…

E.U. Court’s Decision On Vaccines Disregards Scientific Evidence

Foreign Policy: Science Won’t Save Vaccines From Lawsuits Anymore Laurie Garrett, senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations “This week, the highest court of the European Union handed opponents of basic public health their greatest legal victory in recent memory. At a time [with] widening measles…

Health, Development Of African Youth Key To Achieving SDGs On Continent

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Young people are key to a healthy future for Africa Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director for Africa “…Africa has to look at how to harness the energy of its youth to create a health system that suits all. … The health and development of Africa’s adolescents is…

CGD Blog Post Summarizes Roundtable Discussion On Reducing Antibiotic Use In Farm Animals

Center for Global Development’s “Global Health Policy Blog”: Onwards and Upwards: Strengthening Global Cooperation to Address Antimicrobial Resistance Janeen Madan Keller, policy analyst; Kimberly Ann Elliott, visiting fellow; and Charles Kenny, senior fellow, all with CGD, write, “Earlier this year we outlined key elements of a global treaty to reduce…

Quality Data, Information Can Guide Action Across Global Health, Development Issues

Council on Foreign Relations: Data for Development: The Case for Information, Not Just Data In this guest blog post, Daniela Ligiero, CEO and executive director of the Together for Girls partnership, discusses the importance of collecting and sharing quality data and information, writing, “As we gather in New York next…

PATH Policy Brief Makes Recommendations For U.S. Malaria Programs

PATH: Accelerating U.S. Progress in Combating Malaria Worldwide: Recommendations for Maximizing Investments Toward a World Free From Malaria “PATH lays out recommendations for the U.S. administration and Congress to accelerate progress toward a malaria-free world. By fully funding malaria programs, intensifying support for research and development, and leveraging U.S. influence…

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