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AP: U.N. official warns Yemen could face brink of famine again (Lederer, 1/16). AP: Menstruation huts destroyed in Nepal, where exile persists (1/17). Devex: Humanitarianism is a ‘fallen angel,’ says MSF president (Root, 1/17). Devex: Can self-care health interventions help countries reach UHC? (Jerving, 1/17). Devex: Q&A: Nigeria is finally…

CGD Experts Outline Global Health Opportunities for U.K. Post-Brexit

Center for Global Development: Four Ways the U.K. Can Shape Global Health Post-Brexit Kalipso Chalkidou, director of global health policy and senior fellow at the Center for Global Development, and colleagues write, “With a new government in majority and Brexit certainty greater, there is an opportunity for the U.K. to…

CGD Expert Discusses Strategies For Strengthening Medicine Quality In LMICs

Center for Global Development: Improving Medicines Quality in LMICs: Role of Market and Financing Institutions Prashant Yadav, visiting fellow at the Center for Global Development, discusses the risks of poor quality medicines for global health, highlights the findings of a new report from the National Academies titled, “Stronger Food and…

International Donors, Governments Must Address National Security, Outbreak Preparedness, Community Engagement For Ebola Vaccine Success, Opinion Piece Says

Project Syndicate: Why an Ebola Vaccine Is Not Enough Ifeanyi M. Nsofor, CEO of EpiAFRIC and director of Policy and Advocacy for Nigeria Health Watch “…Without doubt, [the recently approved Ebola vaccine] Ervebo could be a game changer in tackling future Ebola outbreaks. But, in order to help protect health…

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Devex: U.N. shuttering of Syria crossings creates new burden for local NGOs, millions of civilians (Lieberman, 1/14). Devex: Can gender-based violence services find a foothold in humanitarian settings? (Rogers, 1/14). The Economist: Globally, roads are deadlier than HIV or murder (1/13). The Guardian: Fox urges Johnson to merge Foreign Office…

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CIDRAP News: New study shows Zika’s long arm in children (Soucheray, 1/6). MedPage Today: Zika-Exposed ‘Normal’ Infants May Do Worse as Time Goes On (Walker, 1/6). Devex: Former PATH CEO cautions against creating new global health silos (Kumar, 1/8). New Humanitarian: Reporter’s Diary: Hazardous handshakes and other indignities in the…

Article Discusses Health System Strengthening Agenda Setting In Guinea

BMJ Global Health: ‘Never let a crisis go to waste’: post-Ebola agenda-setting for health system strengthening in Guinea Delphin Kolie with the Centre National de Formation et de Recherche en Santé Rurale de Maferinyah in Forécariah, Guinea, and colleagues address health system strengthening in Guinea following the West African Ebola…