Health Breaking News: Link 245

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 245


UN political forum opens with focus on eradicating poverty and forming partnerships 

4 takeaways from the African Union summit 

G20 Summit Declaration and other documents 

G20: US abandons climate consensus 

Funding Climate Resilience Benefits All Nations – Yes, the U.S. Too 

EU RESEARCH POLICY FOR PEACE, PEOPLE AND PLANET A Civil Society perspective on the next EU Research Framework Programme (FP9) 

To Improve Global Health, Bloomberg Looks to Cities to Lead 

Trump abortion crackdown risks stoking Nigeria’s population boom 

Trump’s ‘Mexico City Policy’ or ‘Global Gag Rule’  

What the World Bank’s shift from public to private funding means for development 

How to make global universal healthcare a reality 

How venture capital can help finance the SDGs 

Suing The Food And Drug Administration To Reform Its Oversight Of Food Additives 

Poor-quality medicine: A global pandemic 

ReAct withdraws from IMI project DRIVE-AB  

Opinion: Investment in agriculture is at the heart of sustainable development success 

Deaf in North and South 

Thirty Million People Face Starvation Right Now. Are Funders Paying Attention? 

Tech companies wage war on disease-carrying mosquitoes 

New global vector control response at World Health Assembly 

Developing multi-sectoral approaches to prevent and control vector-borne diseases 

Critical research findings for dengue – fostering the arbovirus research agenda 

WHO: end of Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo 

How the Democratic Republic of the Congo Beat Ebola in 42 Days 

Opinion: To fight the next Ebola, the G20 need to empower people to respond to everyday challenges  

Cholera Spreads as War and Poverty Batter Yemen 

TB report: Out of Step 2017 

How Can We Eliminate TB If We Keep Settling For Less? 


MSF: HIV response in West and Central Africa will not succeed if key barriers remain unaddressed 

23-26 July 2017, Paris, France: 9th IAS Conference news 

The Messenger Also Matters: Value-Based Payment Can Support Outreach To Vulnerable Populations 

UNPO newsletter: June 2017 edition