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G20 Hangzhou Summit: Proposals for Trade, Investment, and Sustainable Development Outcomes 

MSF statement on G20 meeting in Hangzhou, China, 4-5 September 2016 

President Obama takes ‘victory lap’ at global development summit 

Clinton Foundation official plays defense over accusations 

World Social Forum 2016: PHM organizes and mobilizes for health for all! 

International Pressure on India’s Drug Industry: the Hide-and-Seek Game of Modi’s Administration 

Partners Launch Framework to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage in Africa; World Bank and Global Fund Commit $24 Billion 

How to fund Africa’s higher education?  

Behind the Big Money to Boost Productivity for Africa’s Small and Rural Farmers 

Malnutrition rates in Nigeria “horrifying” 

The gathering storm of climate migration 

European institutions accused of undermining Paris Agreement by funding dirty energy projects 

Study: Shipping air pollution causes 24,000 deaths a year in east Asia 

Achieving universal access to water and sanitation by 2030 – how can blended finance help? 

Water Water Everywhere? A World Water Week Q&A with Louis Boorstin 

News from TDR Director, John Reeder 

AMR-Times Newsletter #5 July-August 2016 

WHO: Consolidated guidelines on the use of antiretroviral drugs for treating and preventing HIV infection. Recommendations for a public health approach – Second edition 

Interventions to strengthen the HIV prevention cascade: a systematic review of reviews  

Polio: The disease Nigeria can’t seem to shake 

Is a malaria free Africa by 2030 possible? 

The Zika Undercount and the Virus’s Growing Threat to Public Health 

Work is underway on a more efficient vaccine to beat deaths from diarrhoea

MEZIS 2016 publication about the Impact of Drug Prices on Access to Essential Drugs 

DNDi: R&D portfolio 2016 

Why Are We Paying $300 for an EpiPen That Holds Only $1 Worth of Medicine? 

Providing A Safe Space And Medical Monitoring To Prevent Overdose Deaths 

UNPO Newsletter: July/August 2016 edition 

Human Rights Reader 394 

HEARD News: We’re hiring: Visiting Professor in Global Health 2017