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Accountability in Global Health: What works, what doesn’t, and what we need to do about it

A side-event at the UN General Assembly, and two new reports, shine the light on accountability processes at the global, regional, national, and sub-national levels. Spoiler alert: civil society engagement in countries is critical.

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What’s It Like to Have Malaria in a Remote Area?

It was late at night, but the boda boda arrived very quickly, which was important as Jalia was so sick.

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Ugandan Advocate Calls on UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

It’s quite remarkable how Citizens’ Hearings have recently taken place in almost 30 countries, ensuring people’s voices are heard, and showing governments that citizens do want to participate, and should be at the centre of accountability processes.

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How to Bend the Curve on Newborn Mortality – Key Learnings from Uganda

Today a special issue on Newborn Health in Global Health Action is being launched to share the experience of how to scale up a cost-effective package of newborn care that involves families, community health workers and health facilities. What this study shows is that it is both possible and feasible to improve life-saving practices during pregnancy, childbirth and in the first weeks after birth among families in poor rural communities.

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Want the Latest on Next-Generation Medical Research? Ask the Next Generation.

Tackling infectious disease requires next-generation thinking. Meet the next generation.

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