We Need to Invest in Malaria to Stop COVID-19 and Build Back Stronger

By Tara Bracken on June 8, 2021

Global health security is more than pandemic preparedness — it includes protection from the epidemics the world is already facing, …

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Meet 5 Young Climate Advocates Confronting Climate Change Head-On

By Devin Domeyer on June 4, 2021

There is hope in the climate change fight. It lies in young leaders like those you’ll read about below, stepping …

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Q&A with Dr. Kelion: An IRC Physician at South Sudan’s Pamir Refugee Camp

By Sarah Alaoui on June 2, 2021

In South Sudan, COVID-19 is yet another challenge that risks overshadowing the preexisting humanitarian needs of the most vulnerable. Thanks …

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Americans in the United Nations: From USAID to Nobel Prize-Winning WFP

By Erika Briceno Howard on May 26, 2021

As part of our Americans in the UN project to share the stories of Americans who work for the United …

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It’s Time to Hear and See Women in Media

By Sarah Alaoui on May 26, 2021

Women won’t be equal anywhere until they’re equal everywhere — including in the media. But we have a long way …

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What’s Ahead at the 74th World Health Assembly

By Rachel Bridges on May 21, 2021

This year’s World Health Assembly may be the most pivotal in history. As the world still battles COVID-19 and tries …

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A Clarion Call to Make COVID-19 the Last Pandemic

By Noor Shakfeh on May 17, 2021

COVID-19 took the world by surprise, forcing even the most prepared countries to reexamine their ability to respond to pandemic …

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How Collective Action Can Thwart COVID-19 Variants and End the Pandemic

By Rachel Bridges on May 17, 2021

Equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines makes public health sense, economic sense, and moral sense. But if vaccine …

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Women are Leading the Charge to Make the Fashion Industry Circular

By Sarah Alaoui on May 12, 2021

Our planet’s resources are dwindling, and relying on old value chains is becoming unsustainable. From production to consumption, there has …

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Why Corporations are Investing in the Women Who Make Up Their Global Workforce

By Seema Jalan on May 11, 2021

Despite the urgent need to provide immediate relief to women harmed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot ignore the roots …

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