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

 
  
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  1. State Department Launches Second QDDR

    News sources report on the launch of the U.S. Department of State’s second Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review. Devex: John Kerry launches 2nd QDDR: ‘Not everything to everyone’ “The U.S. government’s second Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review will focus on a small number of concrete proposals that will help modernize foreign relations and serve asMore

    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:09:19 +0000http://feeds.kff.org/~r/kff/kdghpr/~3/oUW14JmWBTA/
  2. Former USAID Chief Discusses Agency’s Global Development Lab

    Devex: Brian Atwood to USAID: More ‘development diplomacy’ needed “A former U.S. aid chief applauded the ideas behind the new Global Development Lab, but also has some advice for the current Administrator Rajiv Shah. Brian Atwood’s challenge to Shah and the team running the lab is to look beyond the U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentMore

    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:08:04 +0000http://feeds.kff.org/~r/kff/kdghpr/~3/qAaw2ExKhTU/
  3. SciDev.Net Examines Implications Of Development Aid Agency Mergers

    SciDev.Net: What do aid agency mergers mean for development? “Moves by Canada and Australia to merge their respective development aid agencies into their foreign affairs and trade ministries are being followed closely amid fears that global poverty alleviation aims could be diluted and some of the poorest regions, such as Africa, made a lower priority…”More

    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:07:06 +0000http://feeds.kff.org/~r/kff/kdghpr/~3/UaSDEK5qbsU/
  4. WFP Distributes Most Of Its Food Aid In Government-Controlled Areas Of Syria

    Los Angeles Times: In Syria, U.N. agency distributes most food in government-held areas “The World Food Program gives out most of its food aid to Syria in government-held areas, with only a quarter of the distributions occurring in rebel-controlled territory, according to latest figures from the U.N. agency…” (Abdulrahim, 4/22).
    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:05:08 +0000http://feeds.kff.org/~r/kff/kdghpr/~3/uM0LtWDCO30/
  5. IRIN Examines Interaction Between Water, Conflict

    IRIN: Analysis: Water and conflict “…Ahead of a water security summit in Malaysia on 23 April called the 2014 Aid & International Development Forum, IRIN talked to experts to learn more” about the interaction of water and conflict (4/22).
    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:03:25 +0000http://feeds.kff.org/~r/kff/kdghpr/~3/VJM7WGNR04o/
  6. Vancouver Sun Features Multi-Part Series On Malaria

    The Vancouver Sun features a multi-part series on malaria. Vancouver Sun: Part 1: Malaria’s huge human cost “…[T]here has been huge progress in a focused assault on the disease that has been underway for just over a decade…” (Cayo, 4/22). Vancouver Sun: Part 2: Malaria a moving target “…[I]nsecticides and drugs face moving targets. MosquitoesMore

    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:02:27 +0000http://feeds.kff.org/~r/kff/kdghpr/~3/G7xN7v3Xxg0/

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