Breaking News: Link 179

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


Breaking News: Link 179


DNDi: job opportunities 

UN Panel On Access To Medicines Extends Deadline For Contributions 

Next Generation Financing for Global Health: What, Why, When, How? 

How to Decide “Who Gets What” in Health: Takeaways from the 2016 Prince Mahidol Awards Conference 

New DAA Hepatitis C Drugs – BBC Newsnight – 17th February 2016 

Pharma company Viiv’s attempt to secure patents for key HIV drugs dolutegravir and cabotegravir opposed in India 

European Generic and Biosimilar Medicines Association – EGA: Conferences 2016 

Zika Outbreak: WHO’s Global Emergency Response Plan 

The Latest On Zika: New Vaccine Shows Promising Results In Mice 

Zika link to birth defects could be proven within weeks 

After 60 years of Zika in Asia, why worry? 

EU sets up medical corps after Ebola, Zika outbreaks 

EU Parliament Members Seek To Curb Antibiotics In Animals, Boost New Research 

Endemic diseases R&D project gets US$ 7.2 million 

Human Rights Reader 380 

A Friend To Urban Farming With Some Deep Pockets 

Improved irrigation backed to halve food gap 

Rice: Africa’s Ticket Out of Poverty 

Key Ingredient Left Out Of Food Safety Rules 

Towards Africa’s own mega-regional: The CFTA 

The CFTA: Moving towards an African “mega-regional” agreement? 

TPP Countries Gear Up for Ratification Push After Auckland Signing Ceremony 

MSF Open Letter to ASEAN Governments: Don’t trade away health 

Why You Should Be Concerned About TTIP and Access to Medicines 

Obama targets clean energy in final budget proposal 

Green Climate Fund feels the heat 

‘Our task is not over,’ says Ban, urging action on Paris climate pledges ahead of signing ceremony 

Climate Change Panel Seeks To Improve Communication, Open Doors To Private Sector