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Fast paper test detects three diseases at once 

DNDi Annual Report 2014 

Getting The WHO To Take The Reins In Global Pandemics 

WHO: Work Underway to Better Respond to Global Epidemics 

WHO to study use of sanctions as part of global epidemic response 

WHO commends the Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s contribution to global progress as governing board disbands secretariat 

The Individualised versus the Public Health Approach to Treating Ebola 

Sierra Leone celebrates milestone on road to ending Ebola 

Antibiotic resistance: the race to stop the ‘silent tsunami’ facing modern medicine 

Vaccine hesitancy: A growing challenge for immunization programmes 

Noncommunicable Diseases: A Globalization of Disparity? 

Health, Health Inequality, and Cost Impacts of Annual Increases in Tobacco Tax: Multistate Life Table Modeling in New Zealand 

Tropical Forests Equal to the Size of India Will Be Lost by 2050, Unless We Act 

Why Municipalities Are the Key to Fighting Climate Change 

 Germany and Brazil join forces on climate change action 

Laudato Si’ Encyclical Letter by Pope Francis on Care for Our Common  Home – Chapter Four: Integral Ecology 

French development aid reform to generate ‘substantial’ new funds 

 WIPO Launches Development Agenda Program In Uganda 

WIPO Director Gurry Highlights Value Of Indigenous Knowledge 

Traditional medicine for modern times: Facts and figures 

Overcoming Malnutrition in Niger 

Are African leaders misusing Chinese development finance? The price of country ownership 

Stop TTIP Newsletter  

Mass protest against TTIP and CETA to take place in Berlin 

NGOs Call Out Switzerland For Pressuring Colombia On Compulsory Licences; Switzerland Replies 

Humanitarian aid in 2015: great challenges but greater opportunities 

A New Framework For Health Care Management 

Who Said Big Foundations Can’t Change? Four Takeaways from MacArthur’s Makeover 

New Lectureship post on Global Public Health at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)