By Dr. Jenniffer Mabuka In 2014, West Africa encountered its worst recorded outbreak of Ebola with over 11,000 reported deaths. The memory of this crisis hadn’t faded yet when Ebola reared its ugly head again
By Pranay Sinha “A model for us to look to as we’re thinking about other ways to project America’s values, project our compassion…” was how Secretary of State Rex Tillerson described the President’s Emergency Plan
0000-0002-8715-2896 By Kofi Gunu When global health leaders gather in Geneva this month to elect a new head of the World Health Organization, President Trump’s shadow will hang over the conclave. His “America First” agenda
Where do the (3) candidates for the next WHO Director General stand on the most challenging global health issues of the decade?
0000-0002-8715-2896As part of our commitment to the communication of global health research, PLOSBLOGS is pleased to host this Q&A with the three final candidates for WHO Director General. In three previous guest posts appearing on this blog,
0000-0002-8715-2896 By Ana Rita Sequeira In the last decade, the United States has played a leading funder role in the preparedness and responses to global infectious outbreaks and the delivery of basic healthcare in developing
0000-0002-8715-2896By Abraar Karan MD, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Mentorship in global health is severely lacking for young leaders who are from low and middle-income countries. As much as we need more global