A report released by the International Working Group on Financing Preparedness (IWG) shows that most countries are not adequately prepared for a pandemic.
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The WHO has published the Fourth Report on neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), showing transformational progress in efforts to control and eliminate NTDs.
Adopt-a-School Foundation is tackling a range of health issues, from sanitation to visual health, at its partner schools on an on-going basis.
According to the new World Bank Group’s Benchmarking PPP Procurement 2017 report, many economies are yet to adopt good practices to manage PPPs.
During TICAD-VI African heads of state and partners vowed to accelerate progress toward universal health coverage (UHC) in Africa.
Prof Vajira Dissanayake talks about including clinicians as a primary mechanism in rolling out an eHealth strategy for better health outcomes.
Director at Visions2Ventures, Vasili Sofiadellis, discusses his aspiration to connect health tech startups to relevant stakeholders.
CEO of Cipla Medpro, Paul Miller, explains why the leading pharmaceutical companies have a key role to play in the seemingly turbulent year ahead.
Two young entrepreneurs have developed an mHealth platform, called GiftedMom, that is helping new mothers and pregnant women in rural African communities.
Chief Officer at Vodacom Business, Vuyani Jarana, explains how mHealth and mobile technology can address some of the biggest health challenges in Africa.
The award winning hearScreen app has been selected as one of the 30 next top impact start-ups to join the Global Impact Accelerator programme.