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USAID Features ‘Newsroom’ Of Videos, Articles From Family Planning Conference

USAID presents a “Newsroom” with videos and articles from the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) that recently concluded in Ethiopia. The site features video of Secretary of State John Kerry’s opening remarks; Robert Clay, deputy assistant administrator in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, discussing integrated approaches to family planning;…

IntraHealth, Countries Make Commitments To Global Health Human Resources

Judith Winkler, senior adviser for strategy and planning at IntraHealth International, writes in IntraHealth’s “Vital” blog about the recently concluded Third Global Forum on Human Resources, which took place earlier this month in Recife, Brazil. She highlights three themes from the conference — universal health coverage, system complexity and multisectoral…

Gates Foundation Recommits To Coordinating Malaria Eradication Efforts

“Malaria researchers believe that better coordination and new technologies, such as the use of vaccines and sophisticated disease mapping, can inject new life into the ambitious goal of eradicating the deadly illness,” AllAfrica reports in an article discussing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “plan to synchronize the efforts of…

Climate Talks Close With Last-Minute Compromise

“Developed countries and fast-growing economies have reached a last-minute compromise to avert a breakdown of climate talks in Warsaw, working towards the outline of a new United Nations pact in 2015 to slow down global warming,” Al Jazeera America reports (11/24). “Under the agreement, settled in the early hours of…

Officials To Meet In Thailand To Discuss Food Demands, Nutrition Gaps In Asia Pacific

“Representatives of the U.N., governments, [non-governmental organizations (NGOs)] and private sector farming are expected to gather in Bangkok, Thailand, on [November 26] for a two-day forum on how to fill the Asia-Pacific’s growing food demands and nutrition gaps in a region more devastated by natural disasters than any other worldwide,”…

‘Science Speaks’ Blog Highlights Event On PEPFAR’s Orphans, Vulnerable Children Program

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog reports on an event held last week in Washington, D.C., which examined PEPFAR’s Orphans and Vulnerable Children Program. At the event, Sibongile Gladys Gule, Penelope Masiya, and Nomthandazo Ntuli spoke with session moderator Richard Lui about “how PEPFAR programs to reach…

Blog Highlights Findings Presented At ASTMH Annual Meeting

The Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases’ “End The Neglect” blog features a round up of innovations and findings presented at the recent American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s annual meeting. “The Global Network attended many of the sessions, ranging from how to integrate NTD treatments with water, sanitation, and…

WTO Ministerial Meeting Begins Amid Questions On Food Security, Other Issues

“Amid looming uncertainty, trade ministers and officials from 159 countries Tuesday began formal negotiations at the [World Trade Organization (WTO)] ministerial meeting [in Bali] in a bid to reach consensus on issues such as food security and trade facilitation,” Zee News reports. “India, which is an important member of the…

Some HIV Patients In Africa Developing Drug Resistance, Study Shows

“New research suggests that some AIDS patients [in Africa] are developing drug intolerance and severe side effects and will now have to switch to new, more expensive antiretroviral regimens,” Inter Press Service reports. “Researchers in Zimbabwe, Uganda, Nigeria and Malawi say some patients on the first-line antiretroviral drugs nevirapine and…