News Flash 489: Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges

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

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News Flash 489

Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges


Building a better system: Making Global Public Investment a reality: Recommendations of the Expert Working Group on Global Public Investment

The Development Leaders Conference 2022: Collaboration in an Age of Crisis

From Health in All Policies to Health for All Policies

Changes in the Provision of Primary Health Care: A More Empowered Role for the Individual by Tony De Groote 

7 July 2022: Human Rights Council adopts resolution on right to health resolution with references delinkage, solidarity, global public good, and the transfer of technology and know-how 

The importance of pre-grant patent oppositions in increasing access to medical products

Omicron spike function and neutralizing activity elicited by a comprehensive panel of vaccines

Epidemiological impact and costeffectiveness analysis of COVID-19 vaccination in Kenya

Disparities in distribution of COVID-19 vaccines across US counties: A geographic information system–based cross-sectional study

Avoiding Economic Long-COVID: Policies to Support Firms and Workers in Latin America and the Caribbean

Long COVID Research, Services, And Supports: A Call To Action

WHO: New global alliance launched to end AIDS in children by 2030

Journal Special Issue Offers Evidence and Guidance Supporting National PrEP Program to Turn Tide on HIV

WHO publishes new guidelines on HIV, hepatitis and STIs for key populations

Human Rights is a ‘Battlefield’ as Global Discrimination Fuels New HIV Infections

To End AIDS, We Need to End Punitive Laws Perpetuating the Pandemic

‘People Don’t Live in Siloes’: Appeal for HIV Services to Include Mental Health and Other Chronic Diseases

Exclusive: Closure of World’s Only Manufacturing Plant for Monkeypox Vaccine Raises Questions About World’s Ability to Meet Rising Demand

World Needs 180,000 – 360,000 Monkeypox Vaccine Doses For People Exposed – Up to 10 million for High Risk Groups

Surveillance for substandard and falsified medicines by local faith-based organizations in 13 low- and middle-income countries using the GPHF Minilab

Technology Helps Traffickers Hunt Their Victims, Enslave Them, Sell Their Organs

A last taboo in public health

Violence, unsafe water ‘world’s biggest risks’ – survey

What’s in a number? Zinc deficiency cut-offs and bringing the micronutrient data community together

A food crisis in Africa ‘can be averted,’ AfDB chief economist says

WHO Launches Appeal To Respond to Food Crisis in Horn of Africa

Can we reach ZERO HUNGER by 2030?

Hunting for water in flood-prone Bangladesh’s drought-ridden hills

High temperatures unleash marine heatwave in Mediterranean Sea

Climate Change is Putting Women & Girls in Malawi at Greater Risk of Sexual Violence

What’s next for global cooperation on climate change?

OECD report reveals little progress on climate funding

Steel recycling is essential for a greener future