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Africa ‘not on track to reach 2030 HIV/AIDS targets’
News 19/02/21

Africa ‘not on track to reach 2030 HIV/AIDS targets’

Africa’s chance of being on track to reach 2030 HIV/AIDS elimination targets is less ...

Supply delays hit planned Ebola vaccine stockpile
News 18/01/21

Supply delays hit planned Ebola vaccine stockpile

Emergency stockpile of Ebola vaccine announced, but target of 500,000 doses could take up ...

Disease hotspots flourish when the city meets the country
Feature 13/07/20

Disease hotspots flourish when the city meets the country

COVID-19 ground cities to a halt. Will the world’s ever-expanding urban centres survive the ...

Polio, measles outbreaks ‘inevitable’, say vaccine experts
News 27/04/20

Polio, measles outbreaks ‘inevitable’, say vaccine experts

Polio and measles cases will increase, diseases could spread to new areas as COVID-19 ...

Weak surveillance to reverse Africa disease gain
News 06/12/19

Weak surveillance to reverse Africa disease gain

Vaccine-preventable diseases could cost Africa US$ 22.4 billion and more than 915,000 deaths.

AI needs regulation and connectivity to tackle poverty
Editorials 23/10/19

AI needs regulation and connectivity to tackle poverty

AI’s potential to alleviate poverty is practically endless, writes Ruth Douglas. But only with ...

Ebola outbreak in DRC is international emergency, says WHO
News 19/07/19

Ebola outbreak in DRC is international emergency, says WHO

The WHO declares Ebola a ‘public health emergency of international concern’ after the disease ...

WHO under pressure over Ebola response
News 18/06/19

WHO under pressure over Ebola response

Critics say WHO’s failure to raise the outbreak’s status will stymie international support.

Preparing for future Ebola outbreaks in Zambia
News 11/10/18

Preparing for future Ebola outbreaks in Zambia

Zambia has trained health workers in provinces neighbouring the Democratic Republic of Congo to ...

Q&A: ‘Research in the global South is of higher quality’
News 10/08/18

Q&A: ‘Research in the global South is of higher quality’

IDRC president Jean Lebel explains the rationale behind RQ+, a new tool for evaluating ...