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U.N. Agencies, Other Organizations Publish Statements, Blog Posts Addressing COVID-19

BMJ Opinion: Pandemic parlance: public health needs new language for the coronavirus pandemic Joanne Silberner, features editor at The BMJ and a freelance journalist, and Howard Frumkin, professor emeritus and former dean at the University of Washington School of Public Health and former director of the National Center for Environmental…

Global Health Community Addresses Various Topics Related To COVID-19

Brookings: Civil society: An essential ingredient of development George Ingram, senior fellow for global economy and development at Brookings (4/6). Center for Global Development: Flatten the Curve without Flattening the Economy: How to Stop COVID-19 from Causing Another Catastrophe for Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Lorcan Clarke, economist and…

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Devex: WFP repackages efforts to reach hungry children as COVID-19 closes schools (Lieberman, 3/31). Devex: Charting a path for global nutrition: Strategies for scalable success (3/30). Devex: Watch: How Jan Egeland sees the COVID-19 crisis developing (Kumar, 3/31). The Guardian: Planting hope: the Syrian refugee who developed virus-resistant super-seeds (Chouraqui,…

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CBS: Transcript: Dr. David Heymann discusses coronavirus on “Face the Nation,” March 29, 2020 (3/29). CNN: Yes, we long have referred to disease outbreaks by geographic places. Here’s why we shouldn’t anymore (Kaur, 3/28). CNN: Her husband died. Then his family shaved her head and made her strip beside his…

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Devex: There is a better way to measure menstrual health, researcher says (Rogers, 3/17). Devex: Nigeria struggles with largest recorded Lassa fever outbreak (Unah, 3/18). The Guardian: Study: global banks ‘failing miserably’ on climate crisis by funneling trillions into fossil fuels (Greenfield/Makortoff, 3/18). The Guardian: Health workers targeted at least…

Global Health Organizations Discuss State Department’s 2019 Human Rights Report

Amnesty International: State Department’s Human Rights Report Highlights Trump Administration’s Anti-Human Rights Policies “In response to the U.S. State Department releasing its third human rights report compiled under the Trump administration, Joanne Lin, national director of advocacy and governmental relations at Amnesty International USA, said: ‘Not only have human rights…

USAID Blog Post Discusses Efforts To Support Nepal’s LGBT Community

USAID/Medium: Promoting an Inclusive Nepal Pamala Horugavye, former senior development outreach and communication specialist for USAID’s Mission in Nepal, discusses how USAID partners with “agents of change” to support Nepal’s LGBT community and profiles Pareena Chaudhary, a 40-year-old transgender woman from Nepalgunj, Nepal, who holds home-based health classes (2/28).

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Devex: To deliver tech solutions in delivery rooms, donors look to distribution (Cheney, 2/13). Outbreak News Today: Africa: CDC issues travel notice for 15 countries due to polio outbreaks (2/12). Washington Blade: Transgender Hondurans with HIV face uncertain future (Lavers, 2/12). Washington Post: Guatemala lawmakers OK controversial NGO regulations (Pérez,…

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