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In The News

To Change World, We Must Respect History, Rise to Occasion by Doing Things Differently, Deputy Secretary-General Tells 'Diplomat of the Year' Event (United Nations) >>
November 6, 2017
UN 'Will Walk with Haiti' On Path Towards Sustainable Development, Senior Official Pledges (UN News Centre) >>
November 5, 2017
Opinion: Anti-Corruption Policies Are Hurting the World's Poorest. Here's How to Make Them Better (Devex) >>
October 27, 2017
Sierra Leone to Begin Cholera Vaccination Drive in Disaster-Affected Areas (World Bank) >>
September 5, 2017
Rwanda has Shown that Healthcare Innovation in the Developing World Means More Than Investing in Technology (Reuters) >>
August 22, 2017
The Sierra Leone Mudslide Disaster Isn't Over Yet - Here's What the World Must Do (The Conversation) >>
August 22, 2017
Is Corruption Really A Big Problem In Foreign Aid? (NPR) >>
04 August 2017
World Bank Launches 'Pandemic Bond' to Tackle Major Outbreaks (Reuters) >>
June 28, 2017
The Ebola Suspect's Dilemma (Harvard Medical School) >>
March 2, 2017
Liberian Ebola Fighter, a TIME Person of the Year, Dies in Childbirth (Time) >>
February 27, 2017
Donors and Drug Makers Offer $500 Million to Control Global Epidemics (The New York Times) >>
January 18, 2017
Ebola Drug Shows Signs of Efficacy in Small Clinical Trial (The New York Times) >>
23 February 2016
Unreported Cases and Asymptomatic Infection in an Ebola "Hotspot" (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections) >>
22 February 2016
A Cohort Study of Survivors of Ebola Virus Infection in Liberia (PREVAIL III) (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections) >>
22 February 2016
Dynamics of Ebola Virus Clearance in Semen in Guinea (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections) >>
22 February 2016
Access to HIV Care in Health Districts Affected by Ebola Epidemic in Sierra Leone (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections) >>
22 February 2016
Effects of Response to 2014–2015 Ebola Outbreak on Deaths from Malaria, HIV/AIDS, and Tuberculosis, West Africa (Emerging Infectious Diseases) >>
1 March 2016
WHO Approves Third Cholera Vaccine Producer (Reuters) >>
8 January 2016
OECD Aid Hits Record High in 2014 but Poorest Countries Get Less (Reuters) >>
5 January 2016
Guinea Is Finally Declared Ebola-Free, but that Does Not Mean the Crisis Is Over (The Washington Post) >>
30 December 2015
Biosocial Approaches to the 2013-2016 Ebola Pandemic (Health and Human Rights Journal) >>
22 December 2015
Program Launched to Reduce Deadly Cervical Cancer in Haiti (The Associated Press) >>
2 December 2015
Presidents of Sierra Leone and Liberia Outline Post-Ebola Recovery Plan in Addresses to UN Assembly (UN News Centre) >>
29 September 2015
Secretary-General, in High-Level Healthy Future Event, Urges Continued Work with Ebola-Affected Countries, Predictable Support for Health Systems (United Nations) >>
26 September 2015
Efficacy and Effectiveness of an rVSV-Vectored Vaccine Expressing Ebola Surface Glycoprotein: Interim Results from the Guinea Ring Vaccination Cluster-Randomised Trial (The Lancet) >>
31 July 2015
Nearly Instantaneous, Finger-Prick Test for Ebola Could Be Game Changer (The Washington Post) >>
26 June 2015
Rapid Diagnostics for Ebola in Emergency Settings (The Lancet) >>
26 June 2015
ReEBOV Antigen Rapid Test Kit for Point-of-Care and Laboratory-Based Testing for Ebola Virus Disease: A Field Validation Study (The Lancet) >>
26 June 2015
Ebola's Long Shadow (The Wall Street Journal) >>
4 June 2015
The Secretary-General's Remarks to the General Assembly Informal Plenary On Ebola (United Nations) >>
2 June 2015
Presidential Statement on the Occasion of the 2015 ECOSOC Partnerships Forum: The Role of Partnerships in Achieving the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Making it Happen (ECOSOC) >>
2 June 2015
Paul Farmer: The Caregivers’ Disease (The London Review of Books) >>
13 May 2015
Routine Surgeries Could Save Millions of Lives, if They Were Available (The New York Times) >>
27 April 2015
Ebola Lying in Wait (The New York Times) >>
20 April 2015
Turning the Page on Ebola (Project Syndicate) >>
16 April 2015
Ebola Vaccine Trial Begins in Sierra Leone (CDC) >>
14 April 2015
U.S., African Union Sign Deal to Form African Disease Agency (Reuters) >>
13 April 2015
Yes, We Were Warned About Ebola (The New York Times) >>
7 April 2015
All Lives Matter (Slate) >>
6 April 2015
Secretary-General Appoints High-Level Panel on Global Response to Health Crises (United Nations) >>
2 April 2015
Rwanda's Economy Grows 7 Pct in 2014 as Agriculture Expands (Reuters) >>
17 March 2015
Death Toll from West Africa's Ebola Outbreak Passes 10,000-WHO (Reuters) >>
12 March 2015
Ebola Could Cost West Africa $15 Billion Over Three Years (Reuters) >>
12 March 2015
Cholera Vaccine Succeeds in Rural Haiti (Harvard Medical School) >>
12 March 2015
Battling Ebola, Back to Basics (Harvard Magazine) >>
6 March 2015
Liberia's Last Ebola Patient Discharged from Center (USA Today) >>
5 March 2015
Ebola: A Long Way from Over (Harvard Gazette) >>
5 March 2015
Last Ebola Patient Released from Liberia Hospital, Reports Say (USA Today) >>
5 March 2015
UN Tells Brussels Meeting World Must ‘Stay On Course’ to Get to, Remain at Zero Cases (UN News Centre) >>
3 March 2015
Helen Clark: Statement at Brussels Media Conference on Ebola (UNDP) >>
3 March 2015
In Haiti, Building People, Not Things: Porter (The Toronto Star) >>
20 February 2015
Secretary-General of the United Nations: Remarks to the General Assembly >>
18 February 2015
Who Lives and Who Dies: Paul Farmer on the Iniquities of Healthcare Funding (The London Review of Books) >>
5 February 2015
Clean Water and Strong Institutions for Haiti (The Huffington Post) >>
27 January 2015
Paul Farmer: The Secret to Curing West Africa from Ebola is No Secret at All (The Washington Post) >>
16 January 2015
Is Ebola Response Repeating Mistakes in Haiti? (Devex) >>
14 January 2015
Secretary-General’s Statement on the 5th Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake (United Nations) >>
12 January 2015
Ebola Doctors Are Divided on IV Therapy in Africa (The New York Times) >>
1 January 2015
#MisinformationHack (Ebola Survival Fund) >>
29 December 2014
Paul Farmer: 'We've Met the Enemy — and He Is Us' (Devex) >>
15 December 2014
Big Cities Fare Better Than Rural Areas, Says First Poverty Analysis Post-Earthquake (The World Bank) >>
11 December 2014
Haiti Sees Drop in Poverty Rates, But Inequality Remains (The Miami Herald) >>
11 December 2014
Building the Human Capacity to Deal with Ebola: How Can We Prevent Future Disease Outbreaks? (Fogarty International Center) >>
9 December 2014
Farmer Calls for Scaled-Up Medical Infrastructure to Address Ebola Outbreak (The Harvard Crimson) >>
3 December 2014
2014 Goals for Ebola Treatment May Not Be Met, U.N. Health Officials Say (The New York Times) >>
1 December 2014
Ebola is Not a Death Sentence (CNN) >>
11 November 2014
Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa: Clinical Manifestations and Management (The New England Journal of Medicine) >>
5 November 2014
How Guinea Found the Best Way to Survive Ebola (Time) >>
5 November 2014
Ebola and Quarantine (The New England Journal of Medicine) >>
27 October 2014
Ebola Does Not Need to Be a Death Sentence (The Huffington Post) >>
16 October 2014
Diary: Paul Farmer (London Review of Books) >>
16 October 2014
Paul Farmer on Ebola: "This isn’t a natural disaster, this is the terrorism of poverty” (The Washington Post) >>
6 October 2014
Teleconference Transcript: World Bank President Jim Yong Kim on Ebola Economic Impact Report (The World Bank) >>
17 September 2014
After Ebola: Rebuilding Liberia’s Health Care Infrastructure (The Boston Globe) >>
17 September 2014
Reduced Premature Mortality in Rwanda: Lessons From Success (British Medical Journal) >>
18 March 2013
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Rwanda’s Historic Health Recovery (The Atlantic) >>
20 February 2013
How Do You Support Teachers? Pay Them (Education For All Blog, Global Partnership For Education) >>
19 February 2013
Aid worker proposes solution to break Haiti's vicious cycle of poverty (NBC News online) >>
14 February 2013
Rwanda's Health Care Success Story (The New York Times) >>
4 February 2013
Haiti: Three Years after the Quake and Not Much Has Changed (Center for Global Development Feature Story) >>
11 December 2012
Haiti: UN’s Paul Farmer Stresses Need to Build Systems that Break Cycles of Poverty (World Bank Feature Story) >>
13 July 2012
Paul Farmer: 5 Lessons from Haiti's Disaster (Foreign Policy) >>
December 2010
Bill Clinton on Haiti: `My job is to keep the work going' (Miami Herald) >>
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Statement on the Publication of Presidential Decrees on Elections in Haiti >>
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Interview with Dr. Paul Farmer: Challenges in Post-Earthquake Haiti (BBC) >>
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Inside Bill Clinton's New Plan for Haiti (Esquire) >>
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Bill Clinton, in Haiti, Emphasizes Urgent Need for Sanitation and Health Care (New York Times) >>
Friday, February 05, 2010
Interview with Dr. Paul Farmer (PBS) >>
Tuesday, January 26, 2010