The news links are part of the research project GESPAM (Geopolitica, Salute Pubblica e Accesso alle Medicine/Geopolitics, Public Health and Access to Medicines), which aims to focus on the best options for the use of trade and government rules related to public health by resource-limited countries.
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Research for universal health coverage: WHOâs World health report 2013
Questions and answers on Universal Health Coverageâ¦and some more comments and open questions
DNDi: Connect to fight neglect
Costi disumani: la spesa pubblica per il âcontrasto dellâimmigrazione irregolareâ
Why Does the U.S. Need Immigration Reform?
Why We Should Repeal Mandatory Detention of Immigrants
Jim Kimâs âscience of deliveryâ: what role for politics?
Change is coming to the World Bankâ¦ or is it?
Giving the Poor What They Need, Not Just What We Have
India: Getting Water on Tap in Rural Kerala
Drawing Parallels: Why Drought Persists in Sub-Saharan Africa amidst Arab Springs
Political will key to ensuring water and sanitation for all, says UN-backed report
Children pay the price for poverty
Infographic: Twelve goals to eradicate poverty
Three Text Messages That Are Changing Africa
Africa will not be Europe’s digital dumping ground, say leaders
Stepping Stones and Creating Futures
Can Brazil Save the United Nations?
NGO mergers and acquisitions: A growing trend?
Samantha Power: United Nations âhas lost its wayâ
From relief to digital food: The changing face of humanitarian aid
Why South Africa’s land reform agenda is stuck
Non-food crops lock up enough calories to feed 4 billion
Focus on Poverty: How can we feed ten billion people?