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Delegates agree rules for the next pandemic

A trade-off between developing countries and rich member states has paved the way for a new agreement on national health obligations

The World Health Organization is to push ahead with reforms to its International Health Regulations, which govern countries' obligations on public health emergencies, after opposit...


Scientists unite

The leading world health agencies are closer now, but in the absence of strong data African governments are following starkly different policies

No doubt without intending to, United States President Donald Trump succeeded in dissolving many differences between the World Health Organisation and the pre-eminent US public hea...

The war for the cure

International rivalries and empire-building are shaping the response to the pandemic in Africa

Serial financial crises and political meddling have weakened the operations of the World Health Organisation for decades but the rivalries between the United States and China over ...


Rude health

The election of Angola's Dr. Luís Gomes Sambo as Africa Director of the United Nations' World Health Organisation, with 32 votes to seven for Burundi's Déogratias Bar...

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