Continuing pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in Kenya at full price is cost-effective and could save thousands of children’s livesTuesday 16 April 2019
Issues around Sexual and Reproductive Health, including Maternity Care, of Women with Disabilities in Low and Middle-Income Countries
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How can Queen Cersei ensure the survival of the Seven Kingdoms? Perhaps not the opening line you might expect to read on the website of a leading global health institution…but bear with us!
A recent spate of youth-on-youth knife stabbings has prompted renewed public and policy interest in the problem of youth violence in England.
By 2050, researchers have projected that climate change may cause 600,000 deaths a year and slash world GDP by 10%. Meanwhile, a report commissioned by the UK government predicts that, by the same year, antimicrobial-resistant infections could kill 10 million people yearly and suck 100 trillion USD out of the global economy.
Malaria, measles and TB – to end the health crisis Venezuela must learn from its ‘toxic political past’
From my experience of working on the ground in Latin America for many years, it is clear there is a shared experience of corrupt parties, political coups and toxic politics. Venezuela’s health crisis is ultimately the sum of accumulated tragedies affecting different sectors of society, which has resulted in the collapse of its health system.