PEAH News Flash 358

News Flash 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

News Flash 358


Sweeping Agreement Inked by WHO and African Union to Accelerate Vital Health Goals 

Access To Medicines Postponed; UHC, NTDs & Intellectual Property Feature In Next WHO Executive Board Agenda 


The Oxford Statement and the MedsWeCanTrust Campaign: a call for equity in global health by Raffaella Ravinetto 

Vade retro ticket 

Le multinazionali della malattia 

Insights on Access to Health in Sudan by Hanan Abdel Aziz Marhoum 

Why Some Global Health Experts Didn’t Sign the Call on the United Nations for Human Rights Guidelines on Healthy Diets and Sustainable Food Systems by David Patterson 

1st Anniversary Flashback: WHO Global Ministerial Conference on Ending TB 

TB prevention is no longer a choice, but an essential part of end TB strategy 

United States v. Gilead: Can a Lawsuit Yield Better Access To PrEP? 

Pakistan becomes first country to introduce new typhoid vaccine into routine immunization programme 

African scientists weigh in on the biggest obstacles to malaria control 

DRC Ebola update 

TDR eNewsletter November 2019 

WHO: World antibiotics awareness week 

Superbugs: last call for action 

Guest blog: Over 80% of venous ulcer trials have not been registered 

Week #47 Global Alcohol Policy Round-Up 

The Opioid Epidemic: A Needed Focus On Adolescents And Young Adults 

Multi-stakeholder information session on WHO’s implementation of decision WHA72(13) The public health implications of the Nagoya Protocol, held on Friday, 1 November 2019 

A deepening relationship between impact investing and the SDGs 

Human Rights Reader 504 

More Than just a Toilet: Fusing innovation & Partnerships for a Better World 

Dangers, health risks faced by sanitation workers exposed 

The female problem: how male bias in medical trials ruined women’s health 

U.N. Group Launched to put Afghan Women at Centre of Peace Initiatives 

One-third of Afghans need urgent humanitarian aid, millions suffer ‘acute food insecurity’ 

Fossil fuel polluters from U.S. to China far off climate targets: UN 

Seattle to Brussels Network: Sign the open letter on the Energy Charter Treaty 

With the Stakes Rising, a Top Funder is Diving Deeper Into Ocean Protection Work