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An Encouraging Decline in Ebola Cases, But Critical Gaps Remain 

Statements by NGOs in official relations with WHO at the WHO governing body meetings 

Ebola – is culture the real killer? 

Post-Ebola, AU plans pan-African CDC 

Training health workers yet another challenge in battling Ebola 

Progress in development of a new Ebola vaccine 

World must prepare for ‘war’ against a global pandemic: Gates 

Oxfam calls for massive post-Ebola Marshall Plan

Finding And Supporting A Workforce With The Right Skill Mix 

Fighting against diseases or strengthening health systems to deliver adequate care: what is the better choice? 

UK university ranking reveals global health neglect 

After Davos, UN paves way forward in addressing ‘most pressing global challenges’ 

FAO presents plan for eradicating hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean 

Food security hinges on agriculture partnerships 

Innovation In Health Care Education: A Call To Action 

At Berlin Vaccine Summit, World leaders try their luck at spinning ‘Pharma’s Wheel of Fortune’ 

Vaccine price cut pledge not enough, critics tell Pfizer 

Gavi Receives Record-Breaking Financial Pledges For Vaccines 

Introducing WHO watch

As EU scraps aid, Indonesia introduces health insurance for the poor 

Brazil Can Help Steer SDGs Towards Ambitious Targets 

Climalte finance eclipsed by fossil fuel subsidies 

The Responsible Investor’s Guide to Climate Change 

The Case for Climate Clubs 

FTT launch agreed for 2016