Health Breaking News: Link 259

Health Breaking News Links, as part of the research project PEAH (Policies for Equitable Access to Health), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings

Health Breaking News: Link 259


WHO ready for the fake news era? Yes Sir! 

Who is on the shortlist for Global Fund’s new executive director? 

Q&A: Why UHC makes for a good investment 

World Health Summit urges political will to follow up on UHC commitments 

Let’s get political… 

IMF challenged to match inequality rhetoric with action, and a campaign against the World Bank’s promotion of PPPs: Annual Meetings round up 

What Is Philanthropy Doing to Challenge the Power of Tech Giants? What Can It Do? 

Future of development aid under threat in eleventh hour negotiations 

Human Rights Reader 425 

Aid groups say they’re ’empowering’ women with cows and chickens. They’re not 

Take action immediately for Dr. Djalali: Scientific collaboration is not a capital crime 

Routine Health Facility and Community Information Systems: Creating an Information Use Culture 

Patient groups march for access to medicines in South Africa 

Health Group Challenges Gilead Patents In The US On Grounds Of Lack Of Novelty 

‘Government plan may bring non-essential drugs under price control’

Korea must do its part for global access to affordable medicines and vaccines 

Mystery patients reveal weaknesses of tuberculosis care in rural China 

Typhoid vaccine set to have ‘huge impact’  

The Tobacco-Free Village Program: Helping Rural Areas Implement and Achieve Goals of Tobacco Control Policies in India 

Rehabilitation: a growing necessity in sub-Saharan Africa 

Unsung heroes on World Polio Day 

The World Must Learn from Hong Kong’s Example 

Globally Informed, Locally Responsive 

World hunger is increasing thanks to wars and climate change 

Development banks join forces to tackle climate change 

Urban Water Disinfection and Mortality Decline in Developing Countries – Working Paper 467 

Pro-glyphosate states refuse to back re-approval of less than 10 years 

PRAKSIS Campaign ‘ Spread the word: access to affordable medicine’ 

The Transformation Of Medical Education From Choosing More To Choosing Wisely 

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