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USAID Adviser Discusses Social Mobilization, Behavior Change Communication In Ebola Response

USAID’s “Impact”: Q&A: How Changing Behaviors is Helping Stop Ebola’s Spread in West Africa Clara Wagner, a former intern for USAID’s Bureau of Legislative and Public Affairs working on content and public engagement, interviews Kama Garrison, a senior public health adviser for USAID’s Neglected Tropical Disease Program, about her work…

South Korea’s President Postpones U.S. Trip As MERS Case Total Reaches 108, 9 Deaths

Agence France-Presse: Park postpones U.S. trip as South Korea MERS toll hits nine “South Korean President Park Geun-Hye has postponed a planned trip to the United States, her spokesman said Wednesday, amid growing public alarm at the MERS outbreak which has now claimed nine lives…” (Ha-Won, 6/10). New York Times:…

Prioritizing Surveillance, Transparency Critical To Stopping MERS From Spreading Across Borders

Financial Times: Surveillance is the best defense against a border-breaching virus Anjana Ahuja, science commentator “…As the World Health Organization undergoes a post-Ebola reboot, it must prioritize disease surveillance and, as noted at the G7 summit, create the capacity for a rapid response. Encouraging transparency would help: until this weekend,…

CSIS Publication Examines MERS Outbreak In South Korea

Center for Strategic & International Studies: MERS in Korea: Why This Outbreak Can Be Stopped Soon As part of CSIS’s “Korea Chair Platform” publication, Daniel R. Lucey, adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Medical Center and senior scholar at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law with the…