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Bloomberg Law: After Finding a Virus Vaccine, the Challenge Is Making Enough (Bauman, 5/28). Devex: Q&A: How innovation can help end hunger (Welsh, 5/29). Financial Times: WHO reviews China-based news anchor’s global ambassador role (Nilsson/Yang, 5/28). Foreign Affairs: The Next Pandemic: Why the World Was Not Prepared for COVID-19 (5/28).…

Posts, Releases Address Menstrual Health, Polio, HIV/AIDS, Other Global Health-Related Issues

Brookings: What makes the World Bank so influential — its money or its ideas? Bradley Parks, executive director of AidData and nonresident fellow with the Center for Global Development, and colleagues (5/19). Devpolicy Blog: Collaborating for menstrual health rights in the Pacific Chelsea Huggett, technical lead for equality and inclusion…

CDC Newsletter Highlights World No Tobacco Day

CDC’s “Around the World”: World No Tobacco Day The latest issue of CDC’s “Around the World” newsletter recognizes World No Tobacco Day and highlights a collection of resources on youth and tobacco (May 2020).

Blog Posts, Statements Address Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Center for Global Development: A Tool to Estimate the Net Health Impact of COVID-19 Policies Damian Walker, non-resident fellow with CGD, and colleagues (5/26). Center for Global Development: What Is the World Health Organization Without the United States? Amanda Glassman, executive vice president of CGD, CEO of CGD Europe, and…

CDC Blog Post Addresses ME/CFS In U.S., Globally

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: CDC Team Takes ME/CFS Around the World This post discusses CDC’s efforts to address chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis and referred to as ME/CFS, globally. “Elizabeth Unger, head of the ME/CFS program at the CDC, describes how her team’s work impacts ME/CFS outside…

Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including U.S. Response, WHO’s Role

The Conversation: We may well be able to eliminate coronavirus, but we’ll probably never eradicate it. Here’s the difference Adrian Esterman, professor of biostatistics at the University of South Australia (5/7). The Conversation: Sexual and gender-based violence during COVID-19: lessons from Ebola Monica Adhiambo Onyango, clinical associate professor for global…

Blogs, Articles Address FP/RH, Cancer, UHC, Other Global Health Topics

Science Speaks: Make adolescent and youth reproductive health programs responsive to needs with better data Bridgit Adamou,┬átechnical adviser for family planning with MEASURE Evaluation (5/5). Treatment Action Group: TAGline May 2020: Realizing the Right to Science (Multiple Authors, May 2020). World Economic Forum: Here’s how cancer can be tackled through…

NIH Recognizes World Asthma Day 2020

NIH: NIH Statement on World Asthma Day 2020 “…[O]n World Asthma Day, the National Institutes of Health stands with patients, families, advocates, researchers, and health care professionals to raise awareness about this common chronic respiratory disease, the people it affects, and the biomedical research that improves its prevention and treatment.…