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The Collective Effort to Turn the Tide on the War Against TB

Today is World TB Day – a day in which traditionally the TB community gets busy organizing events – both at a high level and at the community level – in trying to raise awareness in countries all over the world.

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How Frontline Health Workers Can Help Achieve Universal Health Coverage

Organizations involved in global health have had a lot to focus on during the past several weeks. The month of May saw the 66th session of the World Health Assembly in Geneva, as well as the release of the United Nations High Level Panel’s report on the post-2015 Development Goals. And those interested in health systems strengthening and frontline health workers have had a great incentive to tune in to these events, because both could have profound implications for the future of our work in global health.

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Photo of the Day: 1 Billion Euros to Fight AIDS, TB, & Malaria

Photo of the day for Thursday, January 24, 2013.

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Photo of the Day: Eawag Toilet Prototype

Photo of the day for Wednesday, August 22, 2012.

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GAVI, Public Private Partnerships and the World Economic Forum

The public-private partnership is part of the GAVI Alliance’s formula for success that has helped countries to immunise 325 million children in our first 10 years, saving more than 5.5 million lives. GAVI is about ensuring children in the poorest countries have access to the same vaccines as children in countries like Switzerland or the US. GAVI’s accomplishments are those of its alliance partners: UNICEF, the World Bank, WHO, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, vaccine manufacturers, civil society organisations and governments all over the world.

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