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Category Archives: Aid accountability
Leading international activists and journalists debate as part of the Graduate Institute’s 73rd World Health Assembly week. Continue reading
A list of reflection questions to consider if you’re in a global health meeting looking at a slide. Continue reading
Short video on The Uncounted, Politics of Data in Global Health. Continue reading
Do health aid donors transitioning out of middle-income countries have any obligations under human rights law? In February, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and UNAIDS held a consultation on human rights in the HIV response. … Continue reading
Conference at NYU School of Law, April 17-18, 2019 open to the public. Continue reading
An update on The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health Continue reading
Out of 58 upper-middle-income countries, 17 are data deserts with no HIV data for key populations. Continue reading
Gaps in M&E among humanitarian organizations. Continue reading
An overview for civil society on proposed changes to the Global Fund’s eligibility policy. Continue reading