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October 2013 Issue Of WHO Bulletin Available Online

The October issue of the WHO Bulletin features an editorial on the inclusion of health rights in the post-2015 development agenda, a public health news roundup, a systematic review of the prevalence of dementia and cognitive impairment among older people in sub-Saharan Africa, and a perspective piece on the development…

IPS Series Examines Omission Of Disabilities From International Development Guidelines

Inter Press Service has published a two-part series “exploring disability’s place in international development guidelines.” In part one, the news service examines the repercussions of omitting disability from the international development agenda, particularly the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and discusses challenges faced in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in…

Guardian Global Development Podcast Examines MDGs As Deadline Approaches

Noting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) expire in 2015, a Guardian “Global Development Podcast” asks, “What have they achieved? And what are the key issues moving forward?” Participating in the podcast are Hugh Muir, editor at The Guardian; Alex Cobham, research fellow at the Center for Global Development in Europe;…

Rwanda’s Prime Minister Discusses MDG Progress

Rwandan Prime Minister Pierre Damien Habumuremyi writes in The Guardian’s “Global Development Professionals Network” blog about his country’s progress toward meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). “While the government in Kigali plays a central coordinating role, Rwanda’s success has been driven by the way services and programs have been delivered…

PATH Report Highlights Innovations To Help Reach Health-Related MDGs

SciDev.Net examines a report from PATH highlighting “10 innovations that could save the lives of 1.2 million children and mothers by the end of 2015 and help achieve the health-related Millennium Development Goals.” According to the news service, “PATH worked with public and private institutions to produce a shortlist of…

Most Countries Have Made ‘Enormous Progress’ In Health, Development In Recent Decades

In a BBC News Magazine opinion piece, Hans Rosling, professor of global health at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute and co-founder of Gapminder, highlights five facts that show “the enormous progress most countries have made in recent decades.” Rosling discusses the slowing of global population growth, says the divide between “developed” and…

Mobile Technology Can Help Achieve MDGs 4, 5

Writing in the United Nations Foundation blog, Tara Morazzini, an intern at the Mobile Alliance for Maternal Health (MAMA), notes the observance of United Nations Day last week and reflects on progress made toward achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). “Mobile technologies offer significant promise to advance sustainable development now…

IRIN Examines Use Of Goodwill Ambassadors To Raise Awareness Of Development Issues

IRIN examines the use of Goodwill Ambassadors to champion development-related causes. “[T]here is no denying the global attention and resources that well-known personalities can bring to their chosen causes, … [b]ut using actors, musicians and sports stars to convey messages about potentially complex development issues has its pitfalls,” the news…