Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al
Brookings [to 14 Aug 2021]
Order from Chaos
Delta variant outbreak challenges Vietnam’s COVID-19 response strategy
Huong Le Thu
Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Global governance after COVID-19: Survey report
Kemal Derviş and Sebastian Strauss
Monday, August 9, 2021
Center for Global Development [to 14 Aug 2021]
Lagos to Mombasa: How Does the Pandemic End in Africa?
August 12, 2021
This first episode of the new Africa-centered podcast series Lagos to Mombasa examines how African governments can shape their responses to the pandemic and prepare for the future. Patrick Tippoo of Biovac and the African Vaccine Manufacturing Initiative and Prashant Yadav from CGD join Gyude Moore to discuss options and opportunities.
W. Gyude Moore

Malaria Case Management in the Private Sector in Africa: A Call for Action to Identify Sustainable Solutions
August 11, 2021
Over the past two decades, partnerships between bilateral and multilateral funders, philanthropy, national governments, and the private sector have substantially increased global access to effective malaria treatment. Nevertheless, further action on malaria case management is needed to meet global targets for reduced malaria morbidity and mortality.
Chatham House [to 14 Aug 2021]
Accessed 14 Aug 2021
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Accessed 14 Aug 2021
Beyond Emergency Pandemic Response: The Case for Prioritizing Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention
August 10, 2021 | By Erol Yayboke, Janina Staguhn

Kaiser Family Foundation
August 13, 2021 News Release
Children Head Back to School Amid an Ongoing Pandemic That Has Had Significant Effects on Their Health and Well-Being
As students head back to in-person school this fall, a new KFF brief highlights the effects of the ongoing pandemic on the health and well-being of children, including missed routine vaccinations and preventive care, mental health challenges and economic setbacks that can influence health. There had been over 4 million…

August 12, 2021 News Release
Drug Overdose Deaths Rose During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Particularly Among Black and American Indian/Alaska Native People
Drug overdose deaths rose during the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic, with some of the biggest jumps occurring among people of color, a new KFF analysis finds. The analysis breaks out drug overdose deaths by race and ethnicity for the first nine months of 2020, when the pandemic triggered…

August 11, 2021 News Release
Most Parents Don’t Want Their Schools to Require COVID-19 Vaccination, But Most Favor Requiring Masks for Unvaccinated Children and Staff
Worries about Long-Term and Serious Side Effects are Parents’ Top Concern; Hispanic and Black Parents Are More Likely than White Parents to Cite Access and Cost Issues As schools around the country prepare to reopen, a majority of parents of school-age children say they do not want their children’s schools…

August 10, 2021 News Release
Direct Care Workforce Shortages Have Worsened in Many States During the Pandemic, Hampering Providers of Home and Community-Based Services
During the pandemic many states have experienced worsening direct care workforce shortages that have affected providers of home- and community-based long-term care services (HCBS), according to early findings of a new KFF survey of Medicaid HCBS programs in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Most states reported workforce…