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Breathing Life into Medical Oxygen Ahead of WHO Committee Decision

Oxygen is one of the most frequently-required medical interventions in the world, yet it remains in critically short supply in low-resource hospitals. The WHO will soon make a decision on whether to include oxygen in its updated Essential Medicines list.

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If You Want To Go Fast Go Alone, If You Want To Go Far, Go Together - Unknown

The Third International Conference on Financing for Development will kick off this Monday July 13, 2015 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Hidden in the rotating images on the conference website, I found the best explanation of what this conference is about “Voluntary Commitments & Initiatives ….for people and planet”.

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Saving Lives by Dinnertime: The Balancing Act of Global Health Parenting

This World Immunization Week, Orin Levine and Amie Batson reflect on the value of vaccines.

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The Illusive “Other Duties as Required”

This second paper in the series focuses on the role of human resources and the specific challenges facing individuals within the health system to adequately address the needs of vaccine supply chains, particularly in low resource communities.

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Bold Ideas for Big Shifts in Global Health

For the past six years we’ve made Grand Challenges Explorations grants to fund scientific work on unproven ideas that could potentially be ground breaking in solving major global health and development problems. Today, we are announcing the Phase I winners in the 12th round of these innovative grants and three phase II winners.

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