News Flash 445: 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 445

Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges


What’s going on between African nations and the EU?

‘War and Peace’? Why Armed Conflicts Rise and Democracy Declines – An Excerpt from George Lueddeke’s Lastest Book SURVIVAL

One Health – a symphony of effort…a health exigency worldwide!

Germany’s Role in Global Health After the September 2021 Election

WHO Webinar registration: Strengthening Infection Prevention and Control Activities and Embedding IPC in AMR NAP Implementation (2PM CET) 8 September 2021 14:00 – 15:00 CET

Tackle excessive use of antibiotics and introduce mandatory animal welfare labelling for more sustainable animal farming, EPHA says

Webinar registration: What actions should be taken to improve maternal and newborn health outcomes in Europe?  Thu, Sep 9, 2021 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM CEST 

Medical deserts – A growing problem across Europe

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Weekly Update

Coronavirus: 70% of the EU adult population fully vaccinated

ECDC and EMA highlight considerations for additional and booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines

New SARS-CoV2 Variant Identified in South Africa Does Not Appear to be Increasing in Circulation

WHO releases new compendium of innovative health technologies for COVID-19 and other priority diseases

From Monkey Pox to COVID-19: New WHO Pandemic Hub Head Dr Chikwe Tackles Global Health Challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic and the reshaping of the international public health order

The EU and its members must learn the lessons from COVID-19 for our health systems

A perfect storm for the European health workforce

Monopolies on Covid vaccines are killing people in poorer countries

10 Images That Illustrate The Shameful Global Vaccine Inequity

How to integrate community leaders into pandemic preparedness

The lab leak hypothesis — true or not — should teach us a lesson

What does a future with AI-aided TB screening look like?

PLOS ONE: Public investments in the development of GeneXpert molecular diagnostic technology


Innovative Use of World’s First Malaria Vaccine Generates Remarkable Results and a Life-Saving Opportunity

World failing to address dementia challenge

Over half of the global population lack social protection

Racism doesn’t just exist within aid. It’s the structure the sector is built on

Four years on, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are losing hope

Fiddling in Nairobi While Africa Goes Hungry

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry in Japan to discuss efforts to cut carbon emissions

Highly polluting leaded petrol now eradicated from the world, says UN

Secret Electricity Contracts Hurt Consumers, Citizens, and Climate

IPCC Special Report: The Ocean and cryosphere in a changing climate