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Combating COVID-19 Without Sacrificing Sustainable Development Goals

We must not stop investing in long-term health projects—even under significant resource constraints in times of pandemic

COVID-19 This Week: The Tide Is Beginning to Turn, But is Still Very High

The better we understand coronavirus, our risk, and our response with real-time intelligence, the better we can fight it

What Happens When COVID-19 Ends?

by Ankit Raj - August 11, 2020

The pandemic has exposed cracks in our healthcare systems, shortsightedness of human interests, and poor public policy

Demonstrators from the Black Lives Matter movement march through central London on July 10, 2016, during a demonstration against the killing of black men by police in the United States. The photo shows a huge crowd with people facing the camera with homemade signs, fists raised, and shouting slogans. AFP/Daniel Leal-Olivas via Getty Images
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What Global Health Can Learn From Black Lives Matter

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Series: Coronavirus Knows No Borders

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This series explores how COVID-19 is unfolding in places like Argentina, Canada,  Ecuador, India, Iran, Kenya, Lebanon, Nigeria, Malawi, the Navajo Nation, Russia, Samoa, Taiwan, South Korea, Sweden, Ukraine, the United States, Yemen, and Zimbabweand in regions across Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Europe.

South Asia Needs a New Playbook (Now) to Stop the Coronavirus Catastrophe

COVID-19 offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to correct years of health security neglect and chronic under-investment

Coronavirus in Toronto—Lessons Lost on a Second SARS

The city's COVID-19 response is strongly informed by the experience of the earlier outbreak—but by no means exceptional

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