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Global Malaria Progress Plateaus, WHO Says; India, North Korea Report Declines In Cases

CIDRAP News: WHO says malaria control has hit a plateau “Despite great strides to eliminate malaria over the past two decades, control of the disease in recent years has plateaued, writes the World Health Organization (WHO) in ‘World Malaria Report 2020: 20 years of global progress and challenges.’ The 299-page…

Blog Posts, Releases Recognize World AIDS Day, Discuss Lessons Learned; Role Of Health Workers In Central America; Community Engagement In South Africa; Impacts Of COVID-19 Pandemic

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: World AIDS Day reminds us that the toll of the world’s longest pandemic continues throughout the year Antigone Barton, writer and editor of Science Speaks and editorial director of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (12/1). IntraHealth International’s “VITAL”: In Central America, Health Workers Keep HIV Services…

Blog Posts, Journal Article Address Topics Related To COVID-19, Including Myanmar’s Response Efforts, U.S. Foreign Aid Policies Under ‘America First’, Role Of Multisectoral Efforts, Health Systems In Addressing Pandemics

Brookings Institution’s “Future Development”: Myanmar’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic Ashwini Deshpande, associate in research at the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health at Duke University, and colleagues (12/1). International Policy Digest: COVID-19: To Fight the Fire, Share the Hose Alex Kunze, master’s candidate at the George Washington University’s…

CDC Around The World Newsletter Highlights World AIDS Day

CDC’s “Around the World”: World AIDS Day The latest issue of CDC’s “Around the World” newsletter highlights World AIDS Day, which takes place annually on December 1, and includes articles on CDC’s efforts to address HIV/AIDS globally (12/1).

Releases, Reports, Statements Address Global HIV/AIDS Issues In Recognition Of World AIDS Day

AVAC: AVAC’s World AIDS Day 2020 Letter to the World (12/1). CSIS: Time to Address the Intersecting Crises of Covid-19, HIV, and Gender Inequality Janet Fleischman, senior associate (non-resident), and Maggie McCarten-Gibbs, program manager, both with the Global Health Policy Program at CSIS (11/30). International Partnership for Microbicides: World AIDS…

More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: Red Cross chief urges vaccine ‘fake news’ fight (Lederer, 12/1). BBC News: Coronavirus in South Africa: A nurse’s fight against the ‘Covid storm’ (11/30). Devex: Oxfam targets more diversity in leadership with new ‘intersectional’ strategy (Chadwick, 11/30). Devex: Q&A: The power of faith-specific fundraising (Root, 12/1). New York Times:…

World Must Tackle Medical Oxygen Access Gap, Opinion Piece Says

Global Health NOW: Medical Oxygen: Key to Fighting COVID-19 — and the Next Respiratory Pandemic Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and John Nkengasong, director of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention “…Medical oxygen is often a critical intervention for both pneumonia…

Birx Hopes To Brief President-Elect Biden On Pandemic; Biden Adds Members To COVID-19 Transition Team; POLITICO Examines Incoming Chief Of Staff Klain’s Experience

CNBC: White House health adviser Birx hopes to brief Biden Monday on coronavirus response “White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said she hopes to brief President-elect Joe Biden’s administration on America’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic on Monday. ‘I think the one thing that we will be able…

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