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Borgen Magazine: A New XDR Medicine Could Save Lives (Hwang, 10/16). CNBC Africa: Improving health outcomes in Africa (Awoniyi, 10/16). The Guardian: Did a ‘white savior’s’ evangelical zeal take a deadly turn in Uganda? (Mwesigwa/Beaumont, 10/17). Homeland Preparedness News: Scientists decode immune response of Ebola vaccine (Galford, 10/16). Miami Herald:…

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Associated Press: U.N. rights chief: Challenges increase to global cooperation (Lederer, 10/15). Associated Press: Post-war Liberians are demanding better mental health care (Paye-Layleh, 10/12). CNN: Drones, apps and smart lockers: The technology transforming healthcare in Africa (Lewis, 10/15). Devex: Q&A: What South Africa has learned tackling TB (Root, 10/16). Reuters:…

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Borgen Magazine: Leaders Addressing Global Poverty in Five Ways (Blakeney, 10/12). CBS News: Doctors Without Borders presses Johnson & Johnson to slash price of tuberculosis drug (Cerullo, 10/14). Devex: What could Canada’s Conservatives mean for foreign aid? (Halais, 10/15). Devex: Private sector on a ‘journey’ to engagement with the SDGs…

CSIS Releases October 2019 Issue Of Global Health Policy Center Monthly Newsletter

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Global Health Policy Center Monthly Update In the October 2019 CSIS Global Health Policy Center Newsletter, J. Stephen Morrison, senior vice president of CSIS and director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center (GHPC), highlights recent publications, events, and podcasts from CSIS, as well…

UNICEF Charter Delivers 1.6M Doses Of Cholera Vaccine To Sudan

UNICEF: As cholera continues to spread, UNICEF charters 1.6 million doses of vaccines to Sudan “UNICEF chartered a plane carrying 1.6 million doses of Oral Cholera Vaccines (OCV) to Khartoum [Sunday]. The vaccines arrived to Sudan at a critical time as cholera cases continue to be reported. According to the…

BARDA Awards $20.5M To Sabin Vaccine Institute To Research Marburg, Sudan Ebolavirus Vaccines

Homeland Preparedness News: BARDA awards more than $20M for Marburg, Sudan ebolavirus vaccines “The Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) awarded the Albert B. Sabin Vaccine Institute Inc. of Washington, D.C., with about $20.5 million to develop vaccines against Marburg virus and Sudan ebolavirus infections. Both diseases are caused…

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Devex: Kenya learns from its neighbors with HPV vaccine rollout (Jerving, 10/4). The Lancet: Polio returns to the Philippines (Thornton, 10/5). NPR: After Hurricane Dorian, The ‘Wikipedia Of Maps’ Came To The Rescue (Lu, 10/3). The Telegraph: Saliva tests to diagnose malaria one step closer as researchers get £1m for…