This week, we propose you three articles on the financial crisis and the upcoming discussions at the G20 and a recent address by Margaret Chan on Global Issues tackling notably the impact of the global financial crisis. We also add a Lancet viewpoint by Peter Piot, Michel Kazatchkine, Mark Dybul and Julian Lob-Levyt on the ongoing debate on AIDS funding and a letter on the gaps in measles vaccination in Asia nowadays. Finally we recommend you to read the IDS21 newsletter on the impact of health markets on poverty, notably a contribution on chronic diseases.
Notre sélection d’articles du Lancet & autres publications du 20 mars commentés en Français. Cette semaine, nous vous proposons trois articles sur la crise financière et le G20 et un discours de Margaret Chan sur les problèmes mondiaux notamment l’impact de la crise financière mondiale. Nous avons également inclus un texte de Peter Piot, Michel Kazatchkine, Mark Dybul et Julian Lob-Levyt sur le débat autour du financement de la lutte contre le SIDA et une lettre sur les faiblesses de la couverture vaccinale anti-rougeoleuse en Asie. Finalement, nous vous recommandons la lecture de la lettre de IDS21 (en Anglais) sur l’impact des marchés de la santé sur la pauvreté dont un article sur les maladies chroniques.

Wim Van Damme & David Hercot

Lancet: Dear Gordon-can-we-discuss-g20
Lancet: Engaging the health community in global economic reform.
BMJ: Put health and environment first at G20 meeting, say development workers.
WHO: The impact of global crises on health: money, weather and microbes.
Lancet: AIDS: lessons learnt and myths dispelled.
Lancet: Measles elimination: lack of progress in the Western Pacific Region.
IDS 21 newsletter: Making health markets work for poor people.


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