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Himanshi Dhawan They are the invisible driving force behind the India Shining story. Behind tall buildings, highways, swank city roads and government programmes, they sweat their way on. Yet, the 43.3 core workers in unorganized sector — of which women make up an overwhelming 95.9% —...

Health News, M&G Manila - The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday urged governments in Asia and the Pacific to step up efforts to improve health services for women in the region. The agency said there has been some progress in promoting women's rights but 'much more...

The Times of India A new research has shown that vaccinated children are not at higher risk of contracting infections or allergic diseases. Roma Schmitz and her colleagues from the Robert Koch Institute investigated whether vaccinations put too much strain on or weaken children's immune systems. Their data...

Erin Hohlfelder, ONE Blog This week, the Obama Administration released a new strategic document on its Global Health Initiative (GHI), a 6-year, comprehensive approach to the US’ investments in health. As a quick bit of context, the GHI was announced back in 2009, and in February...

Malaka Gharib, ONE Blog As we’ve been hinting for weeks, ONE will be launching a huge action around vaccines sometime soon. But before we officially introduce the petition to you, my plan (as your trusty editor of the ONE Blog) is to make sure you know...

The Global Fund Geneva - The Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today suspended a US$ 13.91 million HIV/AIDS grant to Mali with immediate effect until new arrangements for managing the grant are in place to safeguard Global Fund assets....

Naveen Kumar, The Times of India VARANASI: Is turning a blind eye to measles vaccination responsible for occurrence of post-measles encephalitis (PME), an infectious and life threatening disease affecting young children in the region? It would seem so if latest cases are taken into consideration. Though...

Jennifer Cutraro and Holly Epstein Ojalvo, The New York Times Overview | What is a vaccine, and why do we need them? How do vaccines work, and how were they developed? In this lesson, students gauge their previous knowledge about vaccines. They then explore the history...

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