Filling the need for trusted information on national health issues…

Trending on kff Medicare & Medicaid at 50 Individual Market Medicaid Expansion

Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy ReportEnvironment and Climate Change Search Results « » The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Environment and Climate Change

  • your selections
Clear Search

Filter Results

date

Tags

  • results
Also In Global Health News: Unconventional Approach To Development; Ending Sahel Food Shortages; Anti-TB Drugs In India; Brazilian Foreign Aid

Atlantic Profiles Economist With Unconventional Approach To Development The Atlantic features a profile of Paul Romer, a Stanford economist, who is “bent on cutting down … the conventional approach to development in poor countries.” Rather than count on aid dollars, Romer “is peddling a radical vision: that dysfunctional nations can…

WFP Looks To Improve Aid Delivery In Volatile Environments, BMJ News Reports

BMJ News examines how the World Food Program (WFP) has started consulting with members of the business, humanitarian and military sectors in an effort to ensure aid reaches the world’s hungry, particularly those in regions hit by natural disasters or other volatile environments.

Media Line/All Headline News Examine Agriculture Investment Gap In Middle East

“Arab countries need to invest some $144 billion in agriculture over the next 20 years to meet the food demands of the growing population, an Arab agricultural organization has said,” the Media Line/All Headline News reports in a piece that examines the contributing factors to gaps in food security in the region.

Also In Global Health News: HIV Prevention In Iran; Water Pricing; Malaria Control Challenges; Drought In Niger; MBAs

AP Examines Iran’s Efforts To Curb Spread Of HIV/AIDS Among Drug Users The Associated Press reports that health experts participating at this week’s International Harm Reduction Association conference in Liverpool are looking to Iran’s methadone clinics and needle exchange programs as a possible model for other countries looking to stop HIV/AIDS…

News Outlets Report On Food Crisis In Sahel Region of Africa

A food crisis is developing across the Sahel region – from Mauritania and Guinea to Nigeria and Sudan – where “[m]illions” of people are facing hunger and malnutrition, aid groups say, afrol News reports.