Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al

Brookings
http://www.brookings.edu/
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Center for Global Development
http://www.cgdev.org/page/press-center
Accessed 5 Oct 2019
Publication
When Does “What Works” Work? And What Does that Mean for UK Aid R&D Spend?
10/4/19
The UK’s Secretary of State for International Development oversees an aid-financed R&D budget that is larger than that of the next 15 biggest donors combined. At the moment, a considerable proportion of that UK R&D spend goes towards solving global technological challenges related to neglected tropical diseases including malaria, and a considerable proportion again towards local evaluation of aid-financed development interventions. Much of the rest is somewhat opaquely distributed to British universities for research supposedly related to development.

September 30, 2019
Common Goods for Health: We Need Them. So How Do We Get Them?
With so many obstacles to providing these critical services, it is worth asking why countries produce Common Goods for Health at all? How do countries ever reach the point where they are willing to tax themselves to invest in services that are in the public interest? Services that are invisible when they work; and only become visible when the crises they are meant to prevent occur?
William Savedoff

 

CSIS
https://www.csis.org/
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Council on Foreign Relations
http://www.cfr.org/
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October 2, 2019
Tanzania
International Health Officials and Tanzania Clash Over Potential Ebola Case
On September 8, a woman in her mid-thirties died in Tanzania of apparently Ebola-like symptoms. Tanzanian health officials conducted an autopsy, but ruled that Ebola was not the cause of death…According to the World Health Organization, Tanzania is refusing to share test samples related to the woman’s death and other information on what could be a case of Ebola. The American and British governments have issued travel advisories for Tanzania calling for the exercise of increased caution due to health issues. American Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar has also criticized the Tanzanian government for not sharing information.
Blog Post by John Campbell Africa in Transition

 

Kaiser Family Foundation
https://www.kff.org/search/?post_type=press-release
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