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USA withdrawing from WHO

Follow up from the USA’s formal notification to the UN about withdrawing from WHO – forwarding a note from Georgetown University:

We would like to push this letter out far and wide now. It is online at: https://oneill.law.georgetown.edu/letter-to-congress-on-who-withdrawal-from-public-health-law-and-international-relations-leaders/

WHO–UNICEF–Lancet Commission’s report A Future for the World’s Children?

Estimates show indirect effects of #COVID19 pandemic on child & maternal health will be devastating https://hubs.ly/H0qrM7c0 @LancetGH

Now, @WHO-@UNICEF-Lancet #FutureChild Commissioners urge policy makers to put children at the heart of recovery efforts https://hubs.ly/H0s2pT40

WHO-social_media_tiles-3-20200702

ATS/ERS webinar

ATS/ERS webinar on International Perspectives on Reopening the Pediatric Pulmonary Function Test Laboratory during COVID-19 Town Hall

A SHARED future bi-monthly update Feb-Mar 2020

ASF Bi-Monthly Update Feb-Mar 2020

OM85 – could bacteria in a capsule protect us from coronavirus and other respiratory infections?

Peter Sly @ConversationEDU

https://theconversation.com/om85-could-bacteria-in-a-capsule-protect-us-from-coronavirus-and-other-respiratory-infections-140064

Campylobacter infection major cause of child stunting

Read Dr J Johanna Sanchez’s research on SciDevNet

“Enteric infection, or gastrointestinal infection, which includes Campylobacter infection, is associated with stunting through its effect on appetite, metabolic demands, and gastrointestinal absorption and function,” says J. Johanna Sanchez, researcher at the Children’s Health Research Centre, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, and an author of the study published May in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.

Global Initiative on Advancing Children’s Rights to a Health Environment

Outcome report  is now available for the Regional Expert Consultation for East Asia and the Pacific, held in Bogor Indonesia, October 2019

WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission on Child Wellbeing – UPDATE

University of Queensland successfully hosted the WHO-UNICEF Lancet Commission on Child Wellbeing regional launch on 12 March 2020.

The public event was live streamed on the UQ Faculty of Medicine Facebook page and can be viewed here.

Details of the Seminar and the Evening Public event can be found  at https://medicine.uq.edu.au/event/session/18264

A Shared Future Bi-Monthly Update: October – November 2019

Included in this issue:

Highlights

  • ASF Connect – Carlos Sánchez-Pimienta

Project Updates

  • Gikinoo’amaagewin Wiigwaam
  • Indigenous Women in Renewable Energy
  • Bras d’Or Lakes CEPI
  • We Lived This Way Before
  • Perspectives Among Indigenous Youth and Energy and Food Sovereignty
  • Advancing Culturally Relevant Gender-Based Analysis
  • Working Towards Energy Security, Self-Determination, and Reconciliation
  • Towards Energy Security in NunatuKavut

Trainee Project Updates

  • Exploring Relations, Experience and Ways of Knowing

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