Global Health Community Addresses Various COVID-19 Topics

CSIS: Which Covid-19 Future Will We Choose?
J. Stephen Morrison, senior vice president and director, and Anna Carroll, associate fellow, both with the Global Health Policy Center at CSIS (4/1).

Chicago Council: Next Generation — The Impact of COVID-19 on the Future of Food Systems in Africa
Oyewale Abioye, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Ibadan, Nigeria (4/1).

Council on Foreign Relations: The Instability of Global Supply Chains in a Pandemic, With Shannon K. O’Neil
James M. Lindsay, senior vice president and director of studies at the Council on Foreign Relations (4/1).

IntraHealth International: mHealth Tool Is Keeping Central American Clients Connected to HIV Care amid COVID-19 Shutdowns (4/1).

Science Speaks: COVID-19: A pandemic spells out needs for infectious diseases, global health security investments and leadership
Bertha Serwa Ayi, adjunct assistant professor of Medicine at the Kansas Health Sciences Center and adjunct lecturer at the University of Development Studies, Ghana (4/1).

Think Global Health: A Global Imperative for Local Support
Charles Holmes, professor of medicine and faculty co-director of the Center for Global Health Practice and Impact at Georgetown University Medical Center (3/31).

Think Global Health: Untrained Drug Sellers Replacing Doctors—A Challenge for COVID-19
Mishal S. Khan, associate professor of Health Policy & Systems at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and honorary faculty at Aga Khan University, Pakistan (3/31).

Think Global Health: COVID-19 Highlights the Need for Community Health
Angela Gichaga, CEO of Financing Alliance for Health (3/30).

Think Global Health: Wake-Up Call for Healthier Design
Etta Madete, architectural designer at BuildX Studio (3/30).

World Economic Forum: The COVID-19 pandemic could have huge knock-on effects on women’s health, says the U.N.
Peter Beech, World Economic Forum writer (4/2).

World Economic Forum: How climate change and the coronavirus are linked
Arthur Wyns, climate change adviser with the World Health Organization (4/2).

World Economic Forum: ‘Deeply concerned.’ WHO officials stress the need for continued vigilance — WHO briefing
Linda Lacina, digital editor with World Economic Forum (4/1).

World Economic Forum: How a U.S. quirk became a strength for some areas fighting COVID-19
John Letzing, digital editor for strategic intelligence with the World Economic Forum (4/1).

World Economic Forum: The threat of coronavirus in Africa flags a deeper crisis of global solidarity
Eddie Ndopu, United Nations Secretary-General’s Advocate for the Sustainable Development Goals at the U.N. (4/1).

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