Solidarity To Stop The Spread: Your Donations At Work

By MJ Altman on July 29, 2020

How do you end a global pandemic? You start by equipping the doctors and nurses who care for the critically …

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American Voices: Helping to Shape the UN for 75 Years

By Rachel Bowen Pittman on July 24, 2020

Americans have always played a crucial role in the UN. In 1945, ahead of the San Francisco Conference where the …

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Inside WHO: The Realities of Managing the Global COVID-19 Pandemic

By Kate Dodson on July 23, 2020

In this fast-moving pandemic, demand for accurate information is insatiable. How does WHO arrive at the best guidance for the …

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Argentina: There is No Economy Without Health

By Sarah Alaoui on July 22, 2020

Latin America is now the center of the COVID-19 pandemic, with no peak in sight. “You can recover from a …

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South African Hospital Thinks Outside the Box to Boost COVID-19 Testing

By Sarah Alaoui on July 17, 2020

In South Africa’s Wesfleur Hospital — a 50-bed public facility in the Western Cape, 25 miles north of Cape Town …

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Why the Voice of Civil Society Matters More Than Ever in the Era of COVID-19

By Thure Krarup on July 16, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic upends societies and economies, most governments around the world have responded swiftly and decisively. Many have …

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Firsthand Perspective: How My Family In Iran Is Coping with COVID-19

By Mariam Khan on July 10, 2020

Mariam Khan is a UN Foundation staffer in New York City, which became an American epicenter for COVID-19 in March. …

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5 Key Findings of the Sustainable Development Goals Report in 2020

By Kaysie Brown and Krista Rasmussen on July 8, 2020

It goes without saying that the world, halfway through 2020, is markedly different than anything that could have been imagined …

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