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    Next Stop: Universal Health Coverage for all Africans

    19 September 2019

    One million people worldwide do not have access to basic health care due to a lack of financial resources or proximity of services. Behind this figure, we can only imagine the difficulties faced every day by the most vulnerable people in developing countries – pregnant women, children, older people and those living in rural areas – and their distress.
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    TICAD is a Great Path to Sustainable Global Prosperity

    28 August 2019

    For the seventh time in the last 25 years, African and Japanese leaders will meet again this month to chart the way forward for a future of shared prosperity for Africa, Japan and the world. Through Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD), this August we will once again meet and root for multilateralism, underlining that in today’s interlinked world the destiny of the smallest nation on earth is intricately intertwined with that of the biggest nation on earth.
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    Our Global Health Security is Only as Strong as our Weakest Link

    12 June 2019

    Investing in health is one of the best ways to build a better future. Healthy societies are more stable and equal; and have stronger and more productive economies
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    Morocco: “Civil Society is Helping Us Reach Key Populations”

    06 June 2019


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    "We Are the Ones Who Are Going to End HIV"

    05 June 2019

    What is the global health community missing in its effort to support young women and girls to end HIV? At the Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver, we sat down with HER Voice ambassadors to explore answers to that question.
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    Silence Is Bad for Women's Health

    05 June 2019

    As thousands gather for the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver this week, we have another opportunity to press forward with efforts to dismantle obstacles to achieving true gender equality. With this opportunity comes responsibility.
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