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Partnership, Innovation Critical To Finding Quick Solutions To Disease Outbreaks

Forbes: Gates Foundation CEO: A Picture Of Hope In Early Ebola Vaccine Trials Sue Desmond-Hellmann, CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation “…Ebola surely won’t be the last crisis we face. Tackling today’s era of global challenges will require the enormous innovative capacity of business. It will require bold…

Supporting Disease Research Is ‘Legitimate And Necessary Government Function’

Richmond Times-Dispatch: An Ebola Vaccine? Editorial Board “Concern about the spread of Ebola has waned in recent weeks. It would diminish more if a vaccine existed. … NIH officials say an Ebola vaccine could be a year or two closer to fruition had funding been adequate. The claim sounds self-serving;…

Disaster Preparedness, Investment In Haiti Will Help Nation Recover From 2010 Earthquake

Devex: Learning the hard way: Lessons from the Haiti earthquake Ruth Ayarza, regional manager for Latin America and the Caribbean at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance “…Although the United Nations set up clusters around specific themes such as nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene [following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti], no…

MNCH, Reproductive Health Should Be Priority In 2015

Huffington Post: Women, Newborns and Health: Today’s Evidence, Tomorrow’s Post-2015 Agenda Petra ten Hoope-Bender, director of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health at ICS Integrare, and Sheetal Sharma, research associate at ICS Integrare “…In 2015, our way forward is to empower women to ensure they get the health care they…

Global Fund, Zambian Government, NGO Sign $234M In Grants For HIV, TB, Malaria Efforts

Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Zambia and Global Fund Sign $234 Million in New Grants “The Government of the Republic of Zambia, the Churches Health Association of Zambia, and the Global Fund [on Friday] reaffirmed their partnership, signing four new grants worth US$234 million to fight HIV,…

Release Of ‘The Art Of Saving A Life’ Project Coincides With Immunization Funding Meeting

Skoll World Forum: Elevating Art to Advance Science: A New View of Vaccination in 2015 Christopher J. Elias, president of global development at the Gates Foundation, discusses the “The Art of Saving a Life” project, for which the foundation “asked musicians, writers, filmmakers, painters, sculptors, and photographers to share stories…

Ebola’s Economic Impacts In West Africa Will Be Felt Into Future

Wired’s “Superbug”: The Long Tail of Ebola: Depressing African Economic Progress Journalist Maryn McKenna writes in her blog about two recent World Bank reports that discuss Ebola’s economic impacts in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. “The ripples of Ebola could be felt for some time to come — and until…

Increased Political Commitment, Attention To TB Bolstering Control Efforts In India

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Impatient Optimists”: How India is moving the needle on TB Puneet Dewan, senior program officer for tuberculosis in the Gates Foundation’s India office, discusses TB efforts in India, writing, “The increased public attention, political commitment, and innovative solutions are generating much optimism and momentum around…

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