Corona and the international cooperation

Corona and the international cooperation

The disease caused by the corona virus has spread all over the world, which is why the World Health Organisation has declared a pandemic. While medical care is already reaching the limits of its capacity in European countries, it will be impossible in the global south with similarly increasing numbers. In this folder we offer background information on the situation in resource-poor countries and political analyses of the consequences for global health. In addition we inform how our member organisations and their partner organisations are affected by the situation and how they deal with it. (Photo: Coronavirus/EpicTop10.com/flickr, CC BY 2.0)

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Sep 08, 2020

First dialogue meeting on Tuesday, 1 September 2020 Achieving a gender transformative COVID response

Documentation and video recording

Geneva Global Health Hub (G2H2) This meeting was organized and co-hosted by GENDRO and Women in Global Health together with the WHO Secretariat. It was announced as follows: “Through a ...

Sep 29, 2020 / 13h00 à 17h00; Lausanne, Casino de Montbenon, Salon Bleu; Allée Ernest Ansermet 3

Impact de la pandémie sur la santé mentale et la violence basée sur le genre (VBG)

Table ronde

Medicus Mundi Suisse En novembre 2019, la maladie de la Covid-19 faisait son apparition en Chine. Avec un taux de propagation extrêmement rapide, elle a infecté en quelques mois ...

Sep 07, 2020

Comundo warnt vor schwerwiegenden Corona-Folgen!

Comundo Die aktuelle Krise trifft armutsbetroffene Länder einiges stärker als bislang angenommen. Allein in Lateinamerika ist laut aktuellen Schätzungen der Vereinten ...

Sep 07, 2020

Nothilfe während der Corona-Pandemie

Länderinfo Kamerun von Angelika Weber

Mission 21 Nothilfe in Zeiten von Corona, dieses Thema beschäftigt Mission 21 weltweit. Denn Covid-19 trifft jene Länder besonders hart, die ohnehin schon zu kämpfen ...

Sep 04, 2020

New COVID-19 Global Vaccine Facility Would Include Three-Track Finance Mechanism – But Finalizing Legal Structure Is Critical

Health Policy Watch "The European Commission has announced that it will join the new WHO-sponsored COVID-19 vaccine facility (COVAX) with a € 400 million commitment – inching the ...

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