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What makes the current desert locust swarms in East Africa so much larger and more dangerous than before?
“Poorly paid or not at all, these unsung armies of mostly female community health workers have for years doled out advice and health services to families living in remote villages.”
Meet Dr. @bernardolayo, the doctor who’s working to ensure every patient—even in remote areas of Kenya—has access to oxygen.
Students are struggling to meet basic needs due to #COVID19. A new report from @hope4college found that among 4-year college students: ➡️ 3 in 5 are facing basic needs insecurity ➡️ 38% are facing food insecurity ➡️ 15% are facing housing insecurity…
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In this time of crisis, it’s more important than ever to find lessons from the areas where we’ve succeeded in global health. @exemplarshealth is sharing these lessons with the world.
How do you create a global pandemic response? @jennifergardy breaks down the key ingredients needed.…
"From research and development, local food banks, giving direct relief to families across the country, to global health—women are a driving force behind the increase in giving we’re seeing right now."
The convergence of the desert locust infestation and #COVID19 pandemic in East Africa could have significant long-term impact in the region unless urgent action is taken.
According to @GlobalFund’s latest report, #COVID19 represents a fundamental threat to the poorest and most vulnerable communities already affected by HIV, TB, and malaria.
.@melindagates is right. That’s why equitable distribution of the #COVID19 vaccine is key to overcoming the pandemic.…
The impact of the desert locust infestation in East Africa has been compounded by the pandemic and climate change. Dr. Christina Owen details the measures currently underway to mitigate the impact.
Cities are at the forefront of the #COVID19 crisis. The Partnership for Healthy Cities COVID-19 Response Center is home to practical guidance and tools to support cities at every stage of the pandemic.
Countries are better prepared to learn from others who face similar environments. That’s why @exemplarshealth did years of research to find the reasons behind national successes in critical health areas.
Today’s the day: #Exemplars in Global Health is live! Follow this feed and visit our website to learn how in-country experts and global researchers have collaborated to help policymakers, funders, and practitioners achieve great success. #HealthForAll
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Women #RiseforAll Embracing our diversity. Seeing who is missing and bringing them to the table. #COVID19 has shown us that leadership can come from anywhere. Let’s expand the space for people and for our planet everywhere.
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Great to see Canada, Germany, Norway, and countries around the world committing additional resources to ensure equal access to tests, treatments, and vaccines. Together we can fight #COVID19 and build a better future for everyone, everywhere.…
These Grand Challenge grantees aim to change the narrative on poverty in the U.S. by elevating “stories that help us to see each other more clearly, to find commonalities, and to discover our place in something bigger together.”
Equitable distribution of #COVID19 tools is the best hope for ending the pandemic. This means providing equal access to tests, treatments, & vaccines among the world's at-risk communities. Learn more & join @GlblCtzn for the #GlobalGoalUnite on June 27.
The ACT-Accelerator will ensure that the tools developed to fight #COVID19 are distributed equitably around the world.…
.@exemplarshealth is a new resource to help decision-makers allocate resources, develop policies, and learn from countries making remarkable progress through data-driven global health models.
Welcome to #Exemplars in Global Health, a new resource for learning how countries are achieving remarkable progress on #HealthForAll challenges. Our research can help leaders understand, adapt, and embrace proven models. Launching June 30. #SDGs
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With the support of partners like @AllInWA2020 and the PowerOf platform, we are working together to bring an end to this pandemic.…
“Success in the aftermath of #COVID19 can come when every citizen has access to quality, comprehensive healthcare on a daily basis and the opportunity to be a part of a stronger future.” - Sierra Leone VP Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh and @VBKerry
The convergence of the desert locust infestation and #COVID19 pandemic in East Africa could have significant long-term impact in the region unless urgent action is taken.
What does a successful vaccine for coronavirus look like?
Supporting community health workers across these 10 key areas will "ensure community health systems can implement to not simply beat #COVID19, but emerge stronger".
“Of 29 countries that have currently suspended measles campaigns because of the pandemic, 18 are reporting outbreaks.” Routine, life-saving vaccines remain important now, more than ever.
Access to digital learning is not equitable. Low-income households are 12% less likely to have internet access than higher-income households. Understanding the data behind this is critical to charting a path forward.
How has COVID-19 affected the economy and what policies will foster recovery? New data from @OppInsights offers real time insights on the impacts of the coronavirus on people, businesses, and communities across the U.S.
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“We want to make sure that these institutions are in a position to do this work for the long haul and be supported in the best way possible.”
Today my company, Pivotal Ventures, is launching the Equality Can’t Wait Challenge, which will award $30M to help expand women’s power and influence in the U.S. by 2030.
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“But an even more important challenge looms, because any vaccine will have to be distributed globally to stamp out the pandemic as quickly as possible.” That's where @gavi comes in.
Organizations like @gavi and @CEPIvaccines are fostering the international collaboration to develop vaccines against #COVID19 and ensure that they reach every corner of the world.
While #COVID19 is posing new challenges to polio immunization around the world, there is a silver lining. The program's global network of frontline workers is now helping identify COVID-19 symptoms & sharing accurate information on the pandemic.
Meet Dr. Ruth Bishop, the virologist who first identified rotavirus, a common cause of severe diarrhea in infants and young children. Her work paved the way for a vaccine that now saves hundreds of thousands of young lives every year, thanks to @gavi.
No one should die of a preventable disease. Thanks to the work of @gavi, the rotavirus vaccine is being distributed to more children around the world equitably, ultimately saving lives.
“Fighting #Covid19 and responding to other diseases by strengthening countries' healthcare provision should happen simultaneously. Ensuring the success of @gavi’s work is therefore not just the right thing to do, it is the smart thing to do.”
Even though today we are focused on developing the vaccines we don’t have, the vaccines we do have are responsible for saving hundreds of millions of lives. @BillGates explains.
Support for @gavi is more important than ever. In only 20 years, Gavi has helped vaccinate 760 million children - and this lifesaving work must continue.
With new commitments from the private sector and @gavi support, 84 million girls will have access to HPV vaccines in low-income countries. This increased supply will have a profound effect on women and girls’ health, preventing up to 1.4 million deaths.
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“Covid-19 anywhere is #Covid19 everywhere. We are a global community.” @melindagates
Strong health systems stop outbreaks like #COVID19 in their tracks. Funding programs like @gavi helps make sure that more people are protected from infectious diseases by enabling equitable access to vaccines.
#ICYMI The Global Vaccine Summit, hosted by the UK, raised US $8.8 billion from 32 donor governments and 12 foundations, corporations and organisations to immunise 300 million more children by the end of 2025! #GVS2020:
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.@gavi plays a critical role in helping protect vulnerable communities and strengthening immunization systems needed to equitably deliver lifesaving vaccines.
Today world leaders pledged to fully support @gavi’s mission to give more children access to lifesaving vaccines and build a healthier world. We are grateful to the donors who made this moment possible and to @BorisJohnson and @DFID_UK for hosting a successful summit.
The video of George Floyd’s brutal death broke my heart. I’ve watched the protests that followed and have felt overwhelmed with solidarity. And I’m listening as Black advocates and activists call on every American to treat racial justice as a shared responsibility.
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Thank you Grace and other community health workers for your commitment to ensuring that all people have the opportunity to lead healthy lives.…
As the pandemic disrupts immunization services, 80 million infants may miss out on the lifesaving protection they need.
.@GeorgiaStateU delivered emergency aid grants to 25,000 students to keep them learning through the pandemic. Currently, 98% of students are logging onto online learning!
Organizations like @AdvisingCorps, @AdmitHub, and @CommonApp which provide virtual advising support for first-generation students, have never been more important.
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