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Poverty

The link between poverty and premature death and disability has been long evident, but the definition of who is poor and the global distribution of the extremely poor are changing. Today there are fewer poor and fragile states and most of poor people live in stable, middle-income nations. This section examines the ways in which ill-health and poverty are now interacting and reinforcing each other.

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California’s New Truvada Law: Greater Access, But for Whom?

In lower-income settings, improving access to PrEP drugs may rely on financial accessibility despite other efforts

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The March of Private Health Care in Southeast Asia

How can a government achieve universal coverage for all citizens in a landscape where private care is deeply entrenched?

Poverty

How to Prevent a Million Children’s Deaths

Closing gap on child mortality for UN Sustainable Development Goal 3.2 in ten years may take baby steps, not giant leaps

Poverty

California’s New Truvada Law: Greater Access, But for Whom?

In lower-income settings, improving access to PrEP drugs may rely on financial accessibility despite other efforts