Taking Stock of 2020: Glaring Inequality for Girls’ and Women’s Rights, and a Pivotal Year Ahead

By Michelle Milford Morse and Geeta Rao Gupta on December 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is reversing progress on girls’ and women’s rights, and shining a bright light on social, political, and …

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2020 IN REVIEW: A GLOBAL HEALTH RECKONING

By Kate Dodson on December 15, 2020

Our vice president for global health strategy, Kate Dodson, reflects on 2020, what COVID-19 has meant for the state of …

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Stories from the Front Lines of COVID-19 in the United States: Angie

By Unite for Health on December 11, 2020

Worldwide, people on the front lines have been working around the clock to contain the spread of COVID-19. With the …

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Expectant Refugee Mothers Find Solace in Continued Maternal Health Services During COVID-19

By Sarah Alaoui on December 10, 2020

With the support of the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, the UN Refugee Agency has provided more than 3,140 pregnant women …

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Stories from the Front Lines of COVID-19 in the United States: Erin

By Unite for Health on December 9, 2020

Erin Caraway is a registered nurse working in a critical care unit in Baltimore. African Americans make up roughly 31% …

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A United Front: Building Vaccine Confidence During A Pandemic

By Martha Rebour on December 8, 2020

To combat vaccine misinformation at home and around the globe, we must build trust. Dr. Heidi J. Larson founded the …

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Nigeria’s children: COVID-19 and broken dreams

By Obinna Obiwulu on December 8, 2020

In Nigeria, children of poor households are forced to quit school and support their families as COVID-19 leaves their parents …

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Lessons Learned from Polio Energize COVID-19 Response in Pakistan

By Sarah Alaoui on December 4, 2020

The World Health Organization is drawing from Pakistan’s polio eradication infrastructure to inform its COVID-19 prevention and treatment efforts in …

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The Case for Intergenerational Multilateralism

By Elizabeth Cousens and John Frank on December 2, 2020

It’s worth repeating that the recent predictions of multilateralism’s demise have a generational component to them. Young people are, by …

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The Urgent Call for Equitable Health Care

By Unite for Health on November 24, 2020

Worldwide, people on the frontlines have been working around the clock to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. With the United States …

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