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Science Please, Global Health: a podcast by Stefano Vella

Stefano Vella, one of the best-known infectiologists in Italy, university professor and vice-president for Italy of the Friends of the Global Fund Europe, explains what Global Health is, ranging from the causes of inequalities in health (particularly between rich and poor countries, but also between population groups within the same countries) to One Health (the…

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Fighting malaria in Zambia

Nearly half of the world’s population is at risk of malaria. However, Africa carries the highest burden. In 2019, the region was home to 94% of all malaria cases and deaths. The youngest are particularly affected. In many places, mosquito-borne infectious disease is one of the leading causes of death in children under five. But…

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Reaching SDG 3: What role can innovative finance play?

On Monday 2 December, Friends of the Global Fund Europe, together with emerging health ventures, organized a seminar on “Reaching SDG 3: What role can innovative finance play?” in Stockholm, Sweden. The event brought together stakeholders from academia, civil society, public and private sectors for a fascinating discussion on how to harness more financial resources…

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Analysis of ODA Trends 2018

Official Development Assistance (ODA) is defined by the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) as “government aid that promotes and specifically targets the economic development and welfare of developing countries.” ODA is the main source of financing for development assistance. Mobilizing resources for development has been a central…

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Innovation in Global Health

The process of innovation seeks to convert ideas or inventions into new goods, services, methods or processes that have an added-value for people and that are replicable at an economical cost. Innovation has to be differentiated from improvement, though both terms are often used in parallel. Improvements aim at making small changes ra-pidly to an…

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Transitioning from the Global Fund: work in progress

I. Transition definition, rationale and need Definition and rationale: The Global Fund (hereafter the Global Fund) defines transition as “the mechanism by which a country, or a countrycomponent, moves towards fully funding and implementing its health programs independent of Global Fund support while continuing to sustain the gains and scaling up as appropriate.”  The rationale…

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