Media Outlets, Experts Look Back At Global Health, Development Issues Of 2018, Make Predictions For 2019
Devex: The 8 biggest global health controversies and scandals in 2018 (Ravelo, 12/20).
Devex: Win, lose, or draw: how U.S. aid priorities fared in 2018 (Igoe/Saldinger, 12/21).
The Guardian: Deadly weather: the human cost of 2018’s climate disasters — visual guide (Levitt et al., 12/21).
Insider: Bill Gates says potentially crippling and deadly virus that we’ve nearly wiped out could ‘return in a big way if we don’t finish the job’ (Praderio, 12/31).
IRIN: 2018 in Review: Humanitarian policy and practice (12/27).
IRIN: Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2019 (1/2).
IRIN: Six aid policy priorities to watch in 2019 (1/3).
IRIN: My hope for 2019 is… (1/4).
NPR: 7 Of Our Most Popular Global Health And Development Stories Of 2018 (Gharib, 12/19).
NPR: The Health Of The World In 2018, By The Numbers (Brink, 12/28).
NPR: What’s Coming In 2019? Global Thinkers Make Big, Bold Predictions (1/4).
Quartz: How the world got better in 2018, in 15 charts (Wolfson, 12/24).
Quartz: Here’s what Bill Gates learned at work in 2018 (Nelson, 12/30).
Quartz: The crises that will keep humanitarians up at night in 2019 (Hu, 12/19).
SciDev.Net: Missed COP targets to Yemen famine — 2018 in review (Vesper, 12/31).
SciDev.Net: Conflict diseases to snakebites — 2018 in features (Vesper, 12/27).
STAT: 3 global health challenges to watch in 2019 (Branswell, 12/24).
STAT: What will 2019 bring for science and medicine? We asked the experts (12/31).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Ravaged by Ebola and war, Congo named most neglected crisis of 2018 (Batha, 12/20).