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CGD Policy Paper Examines Independent Assessment Of U.K. Aid Impact, Value

Center for Global Development: How Effective Is U.K. Aid? Assessing the Last 8 Years of Spending Ian Mitchell, co-director of Development Cooperation in Europe and senior policy fellow at CGD, and Arthur Baker, research assistant at CGD, highlight their new policy paper analyzing the Independent Commission on Aid Impact’s (ICAI)…

Climate Change Could Influence Spread Of Diseases, Antimicrobial Resistance In Europe, Scientists At Clinical Microbiology Meeting Say

The Guardian: Europe at risk from spread of tropical insect-borne diseases “Insect-borne diseases such as dengue fever, leishmaniasis, and encephalitis are on the rise and are now threatening to spread into many areas of Europe, scientists have warned. Outbreaks of these illnesses are increasing because of climate change and the…

More Effective Collaboration Needed To Address Global Health Threats

Devex: Opinion: New approaches needed for new health threats Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the WHO, and Peter Eriksson, Swedish minister for international development cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “…This week in Stockholm, the Swedish government and WHO are convening the first WHO Partners Forum, to foster…

U.S. Pre-Positions Humanitarian Relief Supplies For Venezuela In Curaçao

USAID: The United States Pre-Positions Humanitarian Assistance in Curaçao to Help Venezuelans in Need “[On Wednesday], the United States is pre-positioning humanitarian relief supplies in Curaçao, a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, to help people affected by the political and economic crisis in Venezuela. The collapse of…