News Flash 436: 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

News Flash 436

Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges


Public lecture registration: The Pandemic treaty: what if the world was governed like the Allianz insurance company?

EMA: Annual report 2020 published

G-7 summit panned as ‘missed opportunity’ on COVID-19 and climate

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Weekly Update

COVID-19 in Africa: the role of research. Sharing experiences and perspectives on how Tanzania and South Africa’s research communities have tackled the pandemic

Africa’s COVID-19 Vaccination Rollouts Falter as Third Wave Grips Parts of the Continent

Financing Africa’s post-COVID recovery: What needs to happen to avert catastrophe

MSF analysis of EU communications to TRIPS Council on COVID-19 IP waiver proposal

Novavax could make 100 million monthly doses of COVID-19 vaccine by October

Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons

Webinar registration: “Value-based Vaccination: What Is the Cost of Non-vaccination for Public Health?” Wed, 30 June, 2021 | 10:30 – 12:00 (CEST)

RAVIDASVIR A new drug for hepatitis C developed through South-South cooperation

First hepatitis C treatment developed through South-South cooperation registered in Malaysia

Waiting for the Cure: The quest to deliver an affordable treatment for hepatitis C in Malaysia

MSF: Governments off track on providing tools to prevent TB, the second biggest infectious disease killer after COVID-19

Registration: Webinar on EMA’s categorisation of antibiotics used in animals

Webinar registration: Faire face à la résistance aux antibiotiques (AMR) demande de s’intéresser d’abord à l’environnement: eau, eaux usées, déchets, pesticides… Vendredi 18 juin 2021, 13h30-15h00 CEST (Paris-Genève)

Groundbreaking Study: Mosquitoes Armed with Wolbachia Bacteria Reduced Symptomatic Dengue Infections by 77% In Indonesian Trial

Top G7 development banks pledge $80 billion for African firms

How community-based youth researchers are shaping national policy in Sudan

Child labour figure rises to 160 million, as COVID puts many more at risk

To End Child Labour, the UN Must Cut Ties with Tobacco Industry

Demand-Driven Humanitarian Action in the Asia-Pacific: A Conversation with National and Regional Actors

To Reverse Food Insecurity Build a Climate Resilient Agricultural Sector

Soaring e-waste affects the health of millions of children, WHO warns

Swiss reject law to help country meet Paris carbon emissions goal

Exclusive: UK cancels ‘highly effective’ green program in Indonesia

Private finance won’t decarbonise our economies – but the ‘big green state’ can

Africa’s emerging climate superstars

Rising heat-related deaths linked to global warming

Cleaning up their act? G7 fossil fuel investments in a time of green recovery