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Post-2015 Nutrition Target Should Be More Ambitious

The Guardian: Getting a nutrition goal is great, but we need a more ambitious target Glen Tarman, international advocacy director for Action Against Hunger “Nutrition did not feature strongly enough in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Persistently high levels of hunger and undernutrition in many countries mean that these issues…

WHO To Strengthen Partnership With Romania To Improve TB Services

WHO/Europe: WHO to cooperate more closely with Romania on improving TB services “WHO/Europe will strengthen its partnership with Romania to improve the quality and delivery of tuberculosis (TB) services, turn the tide against drug-resistant TB, and accelerate the implementation of structural health system reforms in the country. These were the…

Humanosphere Founder Discusses Ebola With Laurie Garrett

Humanosphere: Talking all things Ebola with Laurie Garrett Gabe Spitzer of KPLU Public Radio highlights a Humanosphere podcast featuring Tom Paulson, founder and lead journalist at Humanosphere, and Laurie Garrett, senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations. The podcast covers discussions on the Gates Foundation’s Grand…

Blog Post Examines Latest News In Global Health Research

Global Health Technologies Coalition’s “Breakthroughs”: Research Roundup: Ebola vaccine hurdles, SDG financing, blocking malaria transmission, and more In this regular feature, Marissa Chmiola, communications officer at GHTC, highlights some of the past week’s news in global health research (10/20).

Research Needed On Sanitation Challenges Among Women, Children

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Impatient Optimists”: Putting Women and Girls at the Center of Development: Sanitation Dipika Ailani, associate program officer in the water, sanitation, and hygiene group at the Gates Foundation, discusses the importance of understanding “…the impact of poor sanitation on women and children and the role…

Number Of Ebola Deaths Surpasses 4,500, Cases Rise Above 9,200, WHO Says

News outlets report on the latest number of Ebola cases and deaths reported by the WHO. Agence France-Presse: Ebola death toll soars to 4,555 out of 9,216 cases: WHO “More than 4,500 people have died in the deadly Ebola outbreak that began in West Africa at the beginning of the…

WHO Declares Senegal, Nigeria Ebola-Free

News outlets report on the WHO announcements that both Senegal and Nigeria have been declared Ebola-free. The Atlantic: Senegal Is Declared Free of Ebola “On Friday, as the White House made the essentially symbolic gesture of appointing a ‘czar’ to contain the American outbreak, some 4,000 miles to the east,…

Obama Appoints New Ebola ‘Czar'; Choice Receives Praise, Criticism

News sources discuss U.S. President Barack Obama’s appointment of Ron Klain as the U.S. Ebola coordinator. New York Times: Obama Names Democratic Operative to Coordinate Ebola Response “President Obama named a trusted political adviser on Friday to take over the government’s response to the deadly Ebola virus, as health officials…