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Developing Country Vaccine Manufacturers Are Saving Lives

traveled to Hanoi last week to attend the Developing Country Vaccine Manufacturers Network’s Annual Meeting. The DCVMN is a group of more than 38 vaccine manufacturers from 14 countries and territories, who work together to increase the quality of vaccines and access to them. Being from developing countries means they are at the most demanding of frontlines, facing the great task of immunizing the world’s most underserved populations.

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Informal Health Providers Treating TB Are Here to Stay, So How Do We Work with Them?

Innovators are developing new ways to treat TB in partnership with informal providers in some of India’s poorest communities.

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Presidential Campaigning and Promoting a Health behavior: What Do These Have in Common?

An interesting look at the uses of behavioral science and the parallel uses for political campaigns and promotion of adopting better health behaviors.

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Don't Just Talk About the Girl. Fund Her

We all have the opportunity to support, not just talk about, real change for girls around the world.

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Vietnam Votes to Support Breastfeeding

On June 18, Viet Nam’s National Assembly addressed these barriers and voted to extend paid maternity leave from four to six months.

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