Research & Analysis


How Medical Education Is Adapting to Climate Change

Educational initiatives are sprouting to help doctors and nurses confront the health threats created by climate change

India's Moment for Global Health Leadership

India is well positioned to shape the future of global health


Insights From India on Expanding Global Vaccine Production

The Indian pharmaceutical industry offers lessons for building vaccine-production capacity in developing countries


Efforts Against Flu Show Developing Nations Can Make Vaccines 

WHO's global plan for influenza vaccines blazed a trail for more vaccine production in low- and middle-income countries


The WHO's Push for Global mRNA Vaccine Access

Will the WHO hub realize its vision before the next global health crisis?


Paul Farmer and the Audacity of Accompaniment

Reflecting on Paul Farmer's extraordinary legacy


COP28 Sparks Urgency Amid Climate Funding Shortfall

Multilateral organizations should finance climate adaptation and mitigation efforts to combat climate change's harms


Aporkalypse Now: Bearded Pigs Face Environmental Peril

How African swine fever created a conservation catastrophe


UNRWA Under Fire

Unraveling the allegations against the organization and the looming humanitarian disaster


The Dangers of Privatizing Health Care in Argentina

Milei's controversial health-care overhaul sparks protests


Parkers Resilient Health Takes on Nigeria's Climate Challenges

The telemedicine platform aims to expand health-care services to people living in flood prone regions


Bringing Health-Care's Carbon Emissions to Zero

Countries renewed their commitment to reducing the health-care sector's climate impact at COP28


Zimbabwe's Village Health Workers Persist in Cholera Battle

The southern African nation is still battling an outbreak that began a year ago


Pacific Island Health Workers Call For Diplomacy

Innovation and international partnerships enable clinicians to deliver equitable care to diverse and dispersed groups