News Flash 518: 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

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News Flash 518

Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges


WEMOS is hiring: SENIOR GLOBAL HEALTH ADVOCATE on ACCESS TO MEDICINES (24-36 HOURS/WEEK): From April 2023 to April 2024. Submit on 19 March 2023 at the latest

Pillars of Health Survey: we are looking for health workers who migrated in EU and neighbouring countrie

Call for inputs: Policy Brief Universal Health Coverage Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR.  DEADLINE 03 April 2023

UNITAID: Call for Proposals: Mitigating antimalarial drug resistance in Africa deadline 11 AUGUST 2023

Pandemic Accord Text Falls Short of Expectations

Three Years of the COVID-19 Pandemic: ‘A Failure of Multilateralism and Solidarity’

For Post-pandemic Recovery, Should Countries Focus on Protecting Incomes or Jobs?

The world’s first mRNA vaccine for deadly bacteria

BioNTech Mobile MRNA Vaccine Labs Reach Rwanda

Why Eli Lilly’s Insulin Price Cap Announcement Matters

News Update: EU-India FTA negotiations could have negative impact on access to medicines

Technology transfer obligations in legislation proposed in the United States (in the 117th Congress)

Petition adds pressure on FDA to finally enforce clinical trial reporting law

The well-being economy: a remedy for social fractures

Shifting to well-being economies, the time for action is now!

WHO Raises Alarm Over Increased Healthcare Worker Migration to Rich Countries Post Pandemic

The UK government lays out its new development objectives

Solar Powered Freezer Improving Immunization Coverage in Hard-to-Reach Rural Villages

Balochistan Primary Healthcare: What Has Been Done and What Needs to Improve?  by Muhammad Noman

Surviving among the rubble: Syria and Türkiye one month on

Data and analysis on the economic, political, and social changes impacting Africa

Africa pays the price as China and Russia muscle in


People’s Health Dispatch: Women’s right to health: International Working Women’s Day Special

Obesity prevention: changing perspectives

Trading Cars for Bikes: 1 Way Cities Are Improving Health

Climate vulnerable countries welcome new ‘loss and damage’ plan

Concessional Finance for Addressing Climate Change: A System Ripe for Reform

Q&A: ‘It is still possible to conserve the Amazon’

The Climate Gap and the Color Line — Racial Health Inequities and Climate Change

Some 90% of Countries Exceed WHO Air Pollution Guidelines; Report Includes “Citizen Science” Data from Low-Cost Monitors