Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Global Health Topics, Including Study Results On HIV Prevention; Role Of Evaluation In Achieving SDGs; FGM In India

The Conversation: Large Africa study makes important breakthrough in HIV prevention
Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, associate professor and director of research at the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute I at the University of the Witwatersrand (11/15).

Devex: Opinion: Why evaluation is key to rebuilding better and achieving the 2030 Agenda
Anthony Akoto Osei, cabinet minister for monitoring and evaluation, member of the economic management team, and member of parliament for the Old Tafo constituency in the Ashanti region of Ghana; Oscar A. Garcia, director of the Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme; and Alison Evans, director general of evaluation at the World Bank Group (11/16).

IPS: In India, Ending FGM Demands Truth and Transparency
Masooma Ranalvi, founder of WeSpeakOut and 2020 Aspen Institute New Voices fellow (11/13).

Ms. Magazine: Trump Administration Attempts to “Tie Biden’s Hands” and Obstruct His Women’s Rights Agenda
Carrie N. Baker, professor in the Program for the Study of Women and Gender at Smith College and author, and Katie Fleischer, student at Smith College (11/12).

STAT: We can’t eliminate hepatitis C without removing barriers to treatment
Nick Voyles, member of the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable Advisory Committee, program manager at the Indiana Recovery Alliance, and member of the Urban Survivors Union (11/14).

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