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This was a fairly busy week for the < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />
In a section on health financing, Action for global health notified us of a KFF report that tracks donor funding for health in low&middle-income countries. David Mc Coy wrote an opinion article for the Guardian, in which he argues that the Gates Foundation should be subject to greater public scrutiny. The same newspaper also reported on Gordon Brown’s intention to back free health care for the world’s poor.
The Washington Post analyzed the health toll hidden behind the disastrous casualty figures of the conflict in
Enjoy your reading.
US AID in
1. Newsweek – The vision thing. Barack Obama’s plans for
2. KFF – Clinton to meet with Somali President
5. Foreign Policy – Stop the Blanket Militarization of Humanitarian Aid
6. Action for global health – Donor funding for health in low- & middle- income countries: report
7. The Guardian – The giants of philantrophy
David Mc Coy
8. The Guardian – Gordon Brown backs free healthcare for world’s poor
11. BMJ – Health systems and increased longevity in people with HIV and AIDS
R A Atun, I Gurol-Urganci, M McKee
12. BMJ – Talks on US healthcare reforms are halted until autumn