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School-Aged Children Can Serve As Malaria Superspreaders, Research Shows

Devex: Children as superspreaders of malaria “New research from Uganda found that asymptomatic, school-aged children can serve as superspreaders of malaria. These findings suggest that efforts to eliminate the disease from countries might be harder than previously thought. The findings, which were presented at the annual meeting of the American…

Webinar Examines How Faith Leaders, Philanthropists Addressing COVID-19’s Threat To Malaria Progress In Sub-Saharan Africa

Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Faith Leaders & Philanthropists Address COVID-19’s Threat to Malaria “Friends of the Global Fight and the J.C. Flowers Foundation held a webinar focused on how faith leaders and philanthropists are partnering with national- and community-level health authorities in sub-Saharan Africa…

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Bloomberg: Tackling Malaria From Space (11/12). The Guardian: Black and Asian people at greater risk of getting Covid, meta-study finds (Sample, 11/12). The Hill: Norweigen PM: Gender equality is ‘essential for a sustainable recovery’ from coronavirus (Deese, 11/12). Nature: Where did COVID come from? WHO investigation begins but faces challenges…

Blog Posts, Releases Discuss Various Topics Related To COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Treating Other Diseases, Vaccines, Gender-Based Violence, One Health, Misinformation

African Arguments: How can countries continue to combat malaria during a pandemic? Ciku Kimeria, communication consultant at Speak up Africa (11/11). BMJ Opinion: Pharma companies must open their books on the funding agreements for covid-19 vaccines Manuel Martin, medical innovation and access policy adviser for the Médecins Sans Frontières Access…

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Borgen Magazine: SafeBoda App Delivers Contraceptives in Uganda (Raza, 11/11). CIDRAP News: COVID-related shortages of malarial, other drugs spotlighted (McLernon, 11/11). CNN: This $1 made-in-Africa Covid-19 test kit could revolutionize testing on the continent (Salaudeen, 11/10). Devex: Could the pandemic drive more climate funding to grassroots organizations? (Cheney, 11/12). DW:…

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AP: In Iran, a massive cemetery struggles to keep up with virus (Nasiri, 11/11). AP: Frantic search after medicines vanish from Lebanon shelves (El Deeb, 11/11). Devex: What we learned from the FCDO chief’s grilling by U.K. politicians (Worley, 11/11). Devex: Léo Heller’s last call for water and sanitation as…

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AP: Ukraine’s president tests positive for COVID-19 (11/10). AP: As virus spikes, Europe runs low on ICU beds, hospital staff (Hinnant et al., 11/10). AP: Hard-hit Belgium sees light at the end of virus tunnel (Petrequin, 11/9). AP: U.N.: Pandemic threatens Latin America’s next generation (Smith, 11/9). Borgen Magazine: A…

Friends Of The Global Fight Releases Transition Document For Incoming Biden Administration, Outlines 5 Priority Actions For U.S. Global Health

Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: U.S. Global Health Leadership for a Safer and More Equitable World “[On Monday], Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria released our transition document for the incoming Biden administration: ‘U.S. Global Health Leadership for a Safer and…

Editorials, Opinion Pieces Address Various Aspects Of COVID-19, Including COVID-19 Drug Patents; Race For Vaccine; Impact On Children, Adolescents

The Conversation: COVID-19 drug and vaccine patents are putting profit before people Ronald Labonte, professor and distinguished research chair for Globalization and Health Equity at the University of Ottawa, and Mira Johri, professeure titulaire at École de santé publique at the Université de Montréal (11/5). The Conversation: As the malaria…

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AP: Asia Today: India’s virus cases jump on New Delhi resurgence (11/5). AP: In Spain, coronavirus puts the poor at the back of the line (Parra, 11/5). AP: Coronavirus cause of Algeria president’s hospitalization (11/4). AP: Asia Today: South Korea OKs single test for COVID-19 and flu (11/4). Borgen Magazine:…

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