News Flash 437: Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges

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News Flash 437

Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges


MMI Policy Dialogues 2021

Meeting registration: TI Methods Speaker Series: How to improve clinical trial reporting – insights from Europe and the US (Till Bruckner)

Technical Fixes or Sweeping Reform? Europe and Developing Countries Face Uphill Battle to Etch Consensus on IP Waiver

SDSN Releases 2021 Findings on National, Global Performance Towards SDGs

Forty New Medicines & 16 New Indications Under Consideration For WHO Essential Medicines List

KEI statement: 23rd meeting of the WHO Expert Committee on the Selection and Use of Essential Medicines

The many uses of data in public clinical trial registries

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Weekly Update

Latest Covid-19 Statistics from African Countries

Two additional manufacturing sites for BioNTech/Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine

MSF calls on BioNTech to immediately share COVID-19 vaccine technology and recipe

WHO supporting South African consortium to establish first COVID mRNA vaccine technology transfer hub

New tech hub aims to boost access to mRNA COVID-19 vaccines in Africa

Global south-led vaccine summit eyes new tech-sharing platform

Has SARS-CoV-2 reached peak fitness?

Covid shows the world it needs new rules to deal with pandemics

Ahead of Gavi’s board meeting, MSF urges critical look at COVAX shortcomings

Q&A: How COVID-19 response plans sideline women

From years to months: How the Ebola response is getting better

Guinea declares Ebola epidemic over

Governance of TB Programmes: An assessment of practices in 22 countries

New global targets for NTDs in the WHO roadmap 2021–2030

Addressing Mental Illness Requires Workplace Policy As Well As Health Care Policy

Humanitarian spending plummets as UK, Saudis make cuts

Disabilità. Il doppio svantaggio

Influence of soft law grows in international governance

A year on – how community-based workers have strived to provide continuous support to vulnerable migrant populations, in Montreal and around the globe

UN World Food Programme says 41 million on verge of famine

Africa Can Be Self-Sufficient in Rice Production

Three Million in Three Years: Jamaica’s Tree-Planting to Tackle Climate Change

Gabon is first African country paid to protect its rainforest