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Reinvigorating Multilateralism

Last year, the United Nations conducted a worldwide consultation involving more than one million people from 193 countries. The feedback pointed to some important facts.

Education Must Come First

COVID-19 is pushing the world to the brink. The pandemic has killed more than 4.7 million people, caused global GDP to decline by 4.6% in 2020, and pushed 119-124 million more people into extreme poverty.

No complacency in fighting COVID 19

The daily official figures released by the Ethiopian Ministry of Health (MoH) regarding COVID 19 make a grim reading.

The G20 Must Recommit to COVAX

It is one year since the international community gave its backing to the COVID-19 Vaccine Global Access (COVAX) facility to lead a worldwide effort to end the acute phase of the pandemic.

Africa Must Produce Its Own Vaccines

During the pandemic, wealthy countries led the way in rapidly developing and producing COVID-19 vaccines.

 “New Variant poses a worsening challenge”

The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) remains to be the biggest health concern throughout the world since it was first detected in Wuhan, China. Scientists are still learning about the disease, and think that the virus jumped from animals to humans in a wet market in China.

The BRICS’ Lagging Vaccine Diplomacy

The BRICS countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa collaborate in a number of areas and have emerged as a forceful voice for global governance reform.

Downgrading Africa’s Development

CAIRO – In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic triggered Africa’s first recession in a quarter-century and, with it, an avalanche of sovereign credit-rating downgrades across the region.

Curbing the Hate Pandemic

MONTREAL – The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the spread of an equally virulent virus: hate. Effective vaccines offer the best hope of defeating the coronavirus. We now need similarly targeted legal measures against those inciting hatred.

Investing in Global Vaccine Equity Acknowledges Our Shared Fate

NAIROBI – The extraordinary global effort to develop safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines in record time highlights the power of vaccines to bring us closer to our loved ones and to a more prosperous, equitable world in which everyone has the chance to achieve their full potential.
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