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WHO Committee Extends Ebola Emergency Declaration; European Regulators Recommend Experimental Vaccine For Approval; DRC Outbreak Slows But Response Funding Short

CIDRAP News: WHO advisors extend Ebola emergency; European regulators conditionally approve vaccine “In a pair of major Ebola developments [on October 18], an emergency committee for the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended extending the public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC) for the ongoing outbreak in the Democratic Republic of…

Russian Federation High-Level Working Group Marks 20 Years Of Efforts On TB, HIV

WHO Regional Office for Europe: Russian Federation’s High-level Working Group celebrates 20 years of tackling TB and inspiring HIV working groups “The Russian Federation’s High-level Working Group (HLWG) on tuberculosis (TB) marked 20 years of collaboration between national and international experts at a meeting in August 2019. With a sharp…

Global Fund Replenishment Conference Begins In Lyon, France

Euronews: World leaders gather in France for Global Fund initiative “…A conference in France, which kicked off on Wednesday, aims to raise funds to combat these deadly diseases and condemn them to the history books. The Global Fund Forum aims to save 16 million lives within the next four years…

Denmark Announces Increased Pledge To Global Fund

Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Denmark Increases Pledge in Fight Against Epidemics “The Global Fund thanked Denmark for its strong commitment to the fight against HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria with a new pledge of DKK350 million — a 16.6% increase over the previous period. Denmark’s Minister for…

Post Examines Implications Of AMR For Middle-Income Countries, Urges ‘Multidisciplinary, Integrated’ Action

The BMJ: Antimicrobial resistance: More quick action is needed in BRICS and MINT economic transition countries Jessika Hu, clinical epidemiologist with infectious diseases research and programmatical experience in Asia, and Lord O’Neill, chair of Chatham House, discuss the urgency to address antimicrobial resistance and the implications for and role of…