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If We Fail in Health We Fail Overall

If We Fail in Health We Fail Overall

The World Humanitarian Summit recognised the special role of emergency health work: if we fail in health, we fail in the overall humanitarian endeavor.

“I Am African, I Am Not a Virus”

“I Am African, I Am Not a Virus”

It’s time to dignify and put into action the words “there is no health without mental health” as a humanitarian imperative.

Interview – Lawrence Gostin

Interview – Lawrence Gostin

Lawrence Gostin discusses the international response to the Zika virus and the related media coverage, as well as the role of groups such as Medicins Sans Frontieres.

Love in the Time of Ebola

Love in the Time of Ebola

A positive spirit is vital for Ebola recovery as the socio-economic consequences are immense. A commonly used word is “boredom” with schools shut and trade disrupted.

Where Chlorine Is Your Best Friend

Where Chlorine Is Your Best Friend

Ebola vaccine trials are expected to start in Guinea shortly. But there are other signs of hope: the many improvised disinfectant dispensers sprouting around homesteads.

Shall Not Perish: Remembering the Indian Ocean Tsunami

Shall Not Perish: Remembering the Indian Ocean Tsunami

Ten years ago, the Indian Ocean Tsunami was triggered by one of the largest-ever earthquakes. But it was not just nature that broke records. So did the disaster response.

Ebola and the Politics of a Global Health Crisis

Ebola and the Politics of a Global Health Crisis

Ebola reveals that the globality of global health governance is a fallacy. It is not only a health crisis, but a crisis of divisive global health governance.

Swine flu calls into question the meaning of global health security

Swine flu calls into question the meaning of global health security

The current swine flu outbreak takes place amidst ongoing international efforts to establish a system of global health security. While considerable progress towards this goal has been made, serious unresolved problems mean that the concept and practice of global health security is likely to face severe challenges.

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