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Post-2015 Development Goals Should Address Shortcomings Of Current MDGs

“Later this week, a group of 26 people will meet in Liberia to discuss how the world should tackle global development challenges over the next decade or two,” Ben Leo, global policy director of the ONE Campaign, writes in a TrustLaw opinion piece. “The so-called High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons…

International Community Must Continue To Fund Efforts To Stop Spread Of Infectious Diseases

Writing in the Huffington Post’s “The Big Push” blog, Dirk Niebel, Germany’s federal minister of economic cooperation and development, discusses “why Germany announced [last] week that it is committing one billion euros over five years to the Global Fund.” Niebel provides a number of global disease statistics and writes, “We…

Opinion Pieces Address Bill Gates’ Annual Letter

Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, on Wednesday released his annual letter. The following is a summary of opinion pieces addressing the content of the letter. Melinda Gates, Foreign Policy: Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses the content of Bill Gates’…

On FDR’s Birthday, International Community Should Honor His Legacy By Eradicating Polio

In an opinion piece in the GlobalPost’s “Global Pulse” blog, Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Oshinsky notes “January 30 mark[ed] the 131st birthday of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the longest-serving American president,” and “reflects on the advances in the fight against polio, one of FDR’s greatest legacies.” He writes, “Roosevelt took up…

Alleviation Of Global Hunger An Urgent Agenda For World Leaders In 2013

“The fact that an inexpensive and readily treatable condition that affects 868 million people, kills 2.3 million children per year, and was targeted as a Millennium Development Goal, should remain uncontrolled year after year is as shocking as it is shameful,” a Lancet editorial writes about global hunger. “Moreover, that…

Global Health Corps Training Global Health Leaders Of The Future

“At the Global Health Corps, we recruit, connect and train … the global health leaders of the future,” Barbara Bush and Dave Ryan, co-founder and founding director of the Global Health Corps, respectively, write in a Devex guest commentary. “The complexity and scope of today’s challenges require people with diverse…

Will Secretary Kerry Influence The White House AIDS Budget?

As John Kerry begins his role as Secretary of State, “some very important decisions will be being made, including the budget for the coming year for key development programs. Will Secretary Kerry fix the administration’s AIDS budget problem?” AIDS and human rights activist Matthew Kavanagh writes in the Huffington Post…

Women, Girls Central To Global Health, Development Agendas

Noting the U.N. Millennium Development Goals created in 2000 and the process to determine development goals for 2030, Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, writes in the foundation’s “Impatient Optimists” blog, “[W]e have seen the importance of investing in women and girls and keeping them at…

Investments In Health Workforce Capacity Critical To Tackle NCDs

Huffington Post: Tackling NCDs Effectively Will Require More Health Workers Jeffrey Sturchio and Louis Galambos, co-authors of “Noncommunicable Diseases in the Developing World: Addressing Gaps in Global Policy and Research,” and Tina Flores, director at Rabin Martin “… In recognition of World Health Worker Week, we call on everyone to…

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