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Cholera Vaccine Campaign Reaches 230K People In Iraq

Agence France-Presse: Over 230,000 vaccinated in Iraq anti-cholera campaign “More than 230,000 people received a first dose of cholera vaccine in a massive campaign to combat an outbreak of the disease in Iraq, the World Health Organization said Monday…” (11/9). NPR: Cholera Crisis: A Neglected Disease Is Back In The…

International Community Must Better Prepare For Pandemics, Bill Gates Says

Financial Times: Bill Gates warns over risk of pandemic precipice “Bill Gates says there could be one benefit from the Ebola epidemic that has killed more than 11,000 people in West Africa since 2014. ‘It may serve as a wake-up call,’ says the Microsoft founder. ‘We must prepare for future…

CFR Blog Post Examines Role Of WHO In Global Health Sector, Need For Reform

Council on Foreign Relations’ “The Internationalist”: Global Health and the WHO: Revival or Marginalization? In a guest post, Miles Kahler, senior fellow for global governance at the Council on Foreign Relations and distinguished professor at American University’s School of International Service, discusses the WHO’s current role in the global health…

ODI Report Examines Systemic Causes Of Ebola Outbreak

Devex: Ebola’s footprint on health system strengthening “…[A] recent report released by the Overseas Development Institute offers a look at the systemic causes behind one of the deadliest disease outbreaks of the century, and why Ebola will be a wake-up call for the global health community. Marc DuBois, former executive…