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TDR at Global Evidence Summit in Cape Town 13-16 September 2017
The Role of the Private Sector in Global Health Security, Chatham House, London, 28 September 2017
UK slips out of top 10 most generous nations as giving surges in developing countries
Interview: BRICS to boost South-South cooperation, world development: UN official
Combating Climate Change Impacts
Air pollution in Europe: Countries struggle to meet emission limits due to emissions from agriculture and transport
As flood waters rise, is urban sprawl as much to blame as climate change?
Healthy Animals and the Future of a Continent: Behind Giving for Livestock in Africa
China partners WFP to fight hunger in Zimbabwe
Is China Really Helping Africa?
What’s This Leading Tech Funder Up To in Africa?
Scaling up Development Finance
A development finance glossary
Is India’s Expedited Examination Of Patents A Big Deal?
Medicine movers: what it takes to reach every patient
Now online: first independent framework for assessing pharma company action on AMR
DNDi: More than EUR 56 million raised to fund initiative to fight antibiotic resistance
WHO Prequalifies key treatment for children with TB
Unitaid Board approves new grants to prevent tuberculosis in high-risk populations and increase TB diagnosis in children
Hookworm, a disease of extreme poverty, is thriving in the US south. Why?
WHO and HRP celebrate World Sexual Health Day
Estimated economic impact of vaccinations in 73 low- and middleincome countries, 2001–2020
MSF takes next steps to lower vaccine prices: Launch of innovative tool to help countries negotiate lower pneumonia vaccine prices
Kymriah, the Novartis $475,000 CAR T treatment, received 50 percent Orphan Drug tax credit on trials
Feasibility and Acceptability of a Text Message-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Young Adults in Lima, Peru: Pilot Study
Researchers develop innovative methodology for evaluating benefits of new medicines
Donor funding health policy and systems research in low- and middle-income countries: how much, from where and to whom
UNPO Newsletter: July-August 2017 edition
South Sudan: “Many people have known war and displacement for their entire life”
Addressing vulnerability of pregnant refugees
Human Rights Reader 421
Tapping Bollywood to improve sanitation in India