Malaria

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The Urgent Need to Better Monitor Vaccine Safety in the Real World

The colossal undertaking of global vaccine rollout is facing another gargantuan challenge: monitoring their safety

Poverty

The Double Threat of COVID-19 in Africa

Deaths from health-care disruptions due to COVID-19 are almost certain to outnumber deaths from the coronavirus itself

Poverty

Coronavirus in Zimbabwe

The country is facing an unprecedented public health catastrophe—and action is required to prevent more needless deaths

Poverty

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

Aging

Mothers, Children, and the Terrible Choice Between COVID-19 and Other Infections

Decisive action is required now to protect the most vulnerable from HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria during the pandemic

Poverty

Coronavirus in Malawi

Shutdowns reversed amid an upcoming election, other disease threats, and more than half the population living in poverty

Poverty

A Call for Global Solidarity

If COVID-19 has taught anything, it's that we are one world—and a world where many places need money and technical help

Governance

How to Tackle Global Problems in an Age of Populism

Appetites for investment do exist today to define achievable goals, apply effective tools, and solve global challenges

Governance

How Did Dengue Get Its Name?

Origins of the word, “dengue” are shrouded in mystery—unlike most diseases, which follow more obvious naming conventions

Governance

The Human Toll of Political Strife: Malaria’s Rise in Venezuela

Crisis-fueled resurgence of disease in Venezuela threatens progress made by several South American countries