- Escaping the realities of the health care system – at your expense.
- Museveni, the Anti-Homosexuality Law, and the politics of the succession
- NGOs, Journalists and the media: because even NGOs have PR teams
- A nudge, a shove, but little respect
- Technology trials and ethics: is being cheaper good enough?
- RT @OECD: Finding #doctors for rural areas isn’t just a question of #infrastructure, but of incentive oe.cd/wR http://t.co/B… 2 days ago
- RT @WorldBank: Case for universal health coverage strongly rooted in economics. Blog: wrld.bg/vPqXb #UHC2030 2 days ago
- RT @DrVickyLewis: Fascinating observations about relationships betw. int'l branch campuses and home campus @uniworldnews : http://t.co/SDm5… 2 days ago
- Latest outbreak almost over? "Guinea says few new Ebola cases, outbreak nearly under control" feedly.com/e/gVF237PP 2 days ago
- USAID food aid still driven by US commercial agric interests? "New US Farm Bill provides hope for food aid reform" feedly.com/e/IGw-S8Qf 3 days ago
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Happy birthday to the seventh billion member of the human race. Possibly. According to the UN, today is the day the population will hit seven billion. Probably in South East Asia, and more likely to be a boy than a … Continue reading
The tributes paid to Apple’s Steve Jobs – the creator of the iPod, iTouch, iPhone, iPad and the use of the prefix ‘I’ to denote technical innovation and brilliance – have focused on his creative genius and his world changing … Continue reading
Former president of Cape Verde, Pedro Pires, has won the 2011 Mo Ibrahim African Leadership Prize. The prize is given to African leaders who have voluntarily stepped down from power, and who have demonstrated a commitment to good governance. Pires … Continue reading