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Health Economist Dean Jamison to speak at Global Health Leaders Forum. Monday April 21, 2014, 12:15, Sheldon Hall, JHSPH.

Hopkins-Pulitzer Fellowship Recipient Announced
Congratulations, Michelle Ferng! 

Right to Heal - Film Screening and Panel
April 07, 2014, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Sommer Hall

Hopkins Team Takes 2nd Place at the 2014 Emory Global Health Case Competition. See the team.

Jhpiego Wins 2014 UN Population Award
Follow this link for the details.

Join us for an Information Session on the Global Health Reporting Fellowship
March 04, 2014, 12 - 1 PM, W1030

The Center for Global Health is Now Accepting Applications for the GHFRA - a travel grant for advanced student researchers.
Applications due March 02, 2014

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Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report

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  1. Eradicating Poverty Requires Inclusive, Sustainable Economic Growth, World Bank’s Kim Says

    Devex: How to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030 — what do you think? “After the World Bank spring meetings wrapped up over the weekend in Washington, D.C., the international development community is busy going over what was discussed, what was accomplished and — maybe even more importantly — what remains to be done to meetMore

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:20:16 +0000
  2. IPCC Report Warns World Must Work To Reduce Climate Change

    News outlets discuss the release of a new report from the U.N.-backed Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change urging nations to take action on climate change. Christian Science Monitor: U.N. climate report: Window closing for lowest-cost solutions “If countries hope to achieve their economic aspirations without pushing the global climate system deep into uncharted territory forMore

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:17:22 +0000
  3. Scientific American Examines Sebelius’ Service As HHS Secretary

    Scientific American: The Overlooked Influence of Kathleen Sebelius “When Kathleen Sebelius took the helm of one of the largest civilian departments in the federal government, the first thorny issue on her desk was responding to the H1N1 flu virus, a new pandemic flu strain that seemed to target otherwise healthy young people…” (Maron, 4/15).
    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:15:38 +0000
  4. Global Leaders Discuss WASH Inequality At Summit

    Inter Press Service: ‘Sanitation for All’ a Rapidly Receding Goal “World leaders on Friday discussed plans to expand sustainable access for water, sanitation, and hygiene, focusing in particular on how to reach those in remote rural areas and slums where development projects have been slow to penetrate…” (Tullo, 4/12).
    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:13:34 +0000
  5. Ebola Death Toll Reaches 121 In West Africa; Outbreak Almost Under Control In Guinea

    News outlets continue to report on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The death toll for the region reached 121, but the number of deaths from the outbreak in Guinea has slowed. Associated Press: Death toll in Ebola outbreak rises to 121 “An outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has been linked to the deathsMore

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:12:30 +0000
  6. India’s Supreme Court Recognizes Transgenders As Third Gender

    News outlets report on a landmark ruling by India’s Supreme Court recognizing transgenders as a third gender. Times of India: Supreme Court recognizes transgenders as ‘third gender’ “In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court on Tuesday created the ‘third gender’ status for hijras or transgenders. Earlier, they were forced to write male or female againstMore

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:10:53 +0000

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