Blog Posts, Statements Address Topics Related To COVID-19
BMJ Opinion: Now is not the time to undermine the World Health Organization
José M. Martin-Moreno, professor of medicine and public health at University of Valencia, and John Middleton, president of the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (5/5).
Brookings: The unreal dichotomy in COVID-19 mortality between high-income and developing countries
Philip Schellekens, senior economic adviser to the Office of the CEO with the International Finance Corporation, and Diego Sourrouille, financial sector analyst with the Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice at the World Bank (5/5).
Council on Foreign Relations: Another Victim of COVID-19: Sustainable Development
Stewart M. Patrick, James H. Binger Senior Fellow in Global Governance and Director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program with the Council on Foreign Relations (5/4).
U.N.: “We have a unique opportunity to design and implement more inclusive and accessible societies”
António Guterres, secretary general of the United Nations (5/6).
UNAIDS: UNAIDS donates N-95 masks for frontline health workers in China (5/5).
UNICEF: COVID-19 in Yemen: A day in the life of Muna (5/5).
World Bank: Ensuring food security and nutrition in South Asia during COVID-19
Cecile Fruman, director of regional integration and engagement for South Asia, and Yinan Zhang, operations analyst, both with the World Bank (5/5).
Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: Water for the Most Vulnerable Could Help Stop Spread of Covid-19
Mara Tignino, reader in the faculty of Law and Institute for Environmental Sciences at University of Geneva and lead legal specialist for the Platform for International Water Law, Geneva Water Hub; and Tadesse Kebebew, teaching assistant at Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and researcher for the Platform for International Water Law, Geneva Water Hub (5/6).
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