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A blog about Global Health. An open space for discussing equitable access to health for everyone, everywhere.

Krijn Paaijmans

The mosquito –my 'femme fatale'

Malaria,Zika

Mosquitoes do have a beautiful side too. You just need to look closer at them On World Mosquito Day (August 20) , we can all read how deadly mosquitoes are. And yes, they are –by far– the number one killer , so I guess that is why they deserve their own special day. But...

Maria Carmen Fernandez

Why Vivax Malaria Represents a Serious Problem for Malaria Eradication

Malaria

In mid-2015, the World Health Organisation (WHO) adopted one of the most ambitious malaria eradication programmes ever, a strategy covering the period from 2016 to the end of 2030. The main objective of this programme is to eliminate malaria from 35 countries and to reduce the number of...

Gonzalo Fanjul

Spain’s Contribution to the Golden Era of Global Health

AID

[This is the second in a series of five posts written by Gonzalo Fanjul (ISGlobal) and published in Spanish in Planeta Futuro-El País that will analyse the concept of Virtuous Circles in Cooperation and its importance for the future of Spanish development aid. Using examples from different...

Gonzalo Fanjul

Cooperation and Knowledge: Where the Right Thing Is the Smart Thing

AID

[This is the first in a series of five posts written by Gonzalo Fanjul (ISGlobal) and Carlos Mataix (ITDUPM) and published in Spanish in Planeta Futuro-El País that will analyse the concept of Virtuous Circles in Cooperation and its importance for the future of Spanish development aid. Using...

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