Blog Posts, Releases Address Topics Related To COVID-19, Including Role Of Government In Public Health; Funding COVID-19 Recovery; Data Protection, Privacy Amid Pandemic
CATO Institute: The COVID Vaccine Trials & the Role of Government in Public Health
Terence Kealey, adjunct scholar at the CATO Institute and professor of clinical biochemistry at the University of Buckingham (11/18).
Center for Global Development: Realizing Savings from Better Procurement Today to Build Resilient Health Systems for Tomorrow
Janeen Madan Keller, assistant director for global health and senior policy analyst at CGD, and Kalipso Chalkidou, director of global health policy and senior fellow at CGD (11/19).
Council on Foreign Relations: Resetting Public Health Strategy on COVID-19
Jennifer Nuzzo, epidemiologist and senior fellow for global health at CFR, and Irina A. Faskianos, vice president for the national program and outreach at CFR (11/19).
Overseas Development Institute: Scaling up multilateral bank finance for the Covid-19 recovery
Chris Humphrey, research associate, and Annalisa Prizzon, senior research fellow, both at ODI (11/18).
Think Global Health: It’s Time for Leadership That Looks Like the People It Serves
Sara Dada, global health scientist, and Roopa Dhatt, internal medicine physician and co-founder of Women in Global Health (11/19).
Think Global Health: Institutional Failures in COVID-19
Les Roberts, professor at Columbia University’s Program on Forced Migration and Health (11/18).
Think Global Health: Reducing the Risk of COVID-19 This Holiday Season
Katherine Leach-Kemon, policy translation manager at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and colleagues (11/13).
WHO: Joint Statement on Data Protection and Privacy in the COVID-19 Response (11/19).
World Bank Blog: What explains Cambodia’s effective emergency health response to COVID-19 (coronavirus)?
Ziauddin Hyder and Nareth Ly, both senior health specialists at the World Bank (11/19).
World Food Programme Insight: Madagascar: Drought and COVID-19 push 1.5 million people to the brink (11/18).