Blogs, Releases Address Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including WHO Role, Food Insecurity, Gender Inequality

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: Pandemic failure or convenient scapegoat: How did WHO get here?
Thomas Gaulkin, multimedia editor of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (7/9).

Health GAP: Biden’s Commitment to Global Sharing of COVID-19 Vaccine Technology is a Step in the Right Direction, Must be Followed by Concrete Plans to Dismantle Dangerous Healthcare Nationalism (7/9).

IPI Global Observatory: DRC’s Success in Containing Ebola Serves as Lesson to Countries Battling COVID-19
Michael R. Snyder, independent analyst and researcher (7/9).

ONE: Diving into the data: The impact of food insecurity in Africa
Ebba Henningsson, research assistant at ONE in Berlin (7/9).

Think Global Health: We Need a Greater Commitment to Community Health
Ruth Ngechu-Kihara, deputy country director of strategic partnerships and advocacy at Living Goods Kenya (7/9).

Think Global Health: Argentina’s Quarantine — The Long View
Carlos Javier Regazzoni, director of the Human Security and Global Health Committee, Argentine Council on Foreign Relations (CARI) (7/9).

Think Global Health: Why Global Health is Missing its Moment
Jessica Pickett and Alanna Shaikh, co-founding principal consultants of strategic advisory firm Tomorrow Global, LLC (7/8).

Think Global Health: Six Months Under the Coronavirus
Theo Vos, professor of health metrics sciences, and Kevin O’Rourke, freelance scientific writer, both at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) (7/9).

Think Global Health: COVID-19 as a Digital Pandemic
Steve Davis, lecturer at Stanford Business School and co-chair of the WHO Digital Health Technical Advisory Group, and Precious Matsoso, director of the Health Regulatory Science Platform in the Division of Wits Health Consortium at the University of Witwatersrand and co-chair of the WHO Digital Health Technical Advisory Group (7/9).

World Bank Blogs: Gender inequality exacerbates the COVID-19 crisis in fragile and conflict-affected settings
Caren Grown, World Bank Group global director for gender, and Franck Bousquet, senior director of the World Bank Fragility, Conflict, & Violence Group (7/9).

UNAIDS: UNAIDS and the wider United Nations system supporting the COVID-19 response in Nigeria (7/10).

UNDP: In a region with no COVID-19 cases, the pain is still felt
Jorn Sorensen, resident representative for UNDP Samoa (7/9).