Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al

Accessed 17 Oct 2020
Reimagining innovation to navigate COVID-19
Joseph Kannarkat and Norman Augustine
Friday, October 16, 2020

Center for Global Development [to 17 Oct 2020]
October 14, 2020
Making the $12 Billion Go Further: Four Things the World Bank Can Do in Support of COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts
To maximise the impact of this badly needed investment to combat COVID and, most importantly, to avoid any perverse and potentially catastrophic implications of World Bank financing undermining current global efforts led by Gavi and CEPI, we propose that the World Bank commit to the four principles below.
Kalipso Chalkidou, Prashant Yadav and Amanda Glassman

October 12, 2020
New Data Show the World Bank’s COVID Response Is Too Small and Too Slow
The World Bank has committed to providing $104 billion in financing by next June to help developing countries deal with the COVID-19 crisis. Is that sufficient to meet the needs of developing countries facing a massive growth contraction? And will the bank actually deliver on its pledge?
Julian Duggan et al.

Chatham House [to 17 Oct 2020]
[No new relevant content]


Accessed 17 Oct 2020
Upcoming Event
CSIS Press Briefing: Public Trust in a Covid-19 Vaccine
October 20, 2020
In this call, CSIS’s J. Stephen Morrison and Katherine Bliss and the London School’s Heidi Larson will discuss the proposal and its recommendations for effectively combating vaccine misinformation.

What Can the United States Do to Prevent Another Pandemic? Commit to Modernizing Influenza Vaccines
October 14, 2020


Council on Foreign Relations
Accessed 17 Oct 2020
[No new relevant content]


Kaiser Family Foundation
Accessed 17 Oct 2020
October 13, 2020 News Release
New Nationwide Poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation and The Undefeated Reveals Distrust of the Health Care System Among Black Americans
Half of African Americans say they will not take a coronavirus vaccine KFF/The Undefeated poll shows disparate views on health care between Black and white America