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Editorial in the Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal
2014-03-14 : The Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal is the flagship health periodical of the World Health Organization Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean region. In its February 2014 issue, Dr. Sania Nishtar authored the editorial, titled, read more
The Maternal Thread of Life
2014-03-12 : Project Syndicate has posted today, Dr. Sania Nishtar's Viewpoint, related to the key message of the Emerging Market's Symposium, which was held in Oxford, UK earlier in January this year.... read more
Governance: going granular
2014-02-14 : Discussions on the empirics of governance and corruption are limited in conveying the real impact of poor governance at the granular level-a level, which can indicate the quantum of human suffering as a result of poor governance and corruption. The health sector is deeply impacted as a result of entrenched corruption. This... read more
Sudan's International Conference: Roadmap to Universal Health Coverage
2014-01-27 : The Government of Sudan is adopting different modalities for providing financing health coverage for its citizens. Within this context, the World Health Organization, Sudan Office, National Health Insurance Fund, the European Union and their partners this year co-hosted the read more
2014 World Economic Forum Meeting in Davos
2014-01-27 : Each year, world leaders and academics from across the globe congregate in Davos at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting to deliberate on global issues. This year, the forum was themed, “The Reshaping of the World: Consequences for Society, Politics and Business”.... read more
The Emerging Markets Symposium at Oxford University
2014-01-21 : The annual Emerging Markets Symposium, a distinctive tradition of the Green Templeton College of the Oxford University, themed on Maternal and Child health and Nutrition this year, was held from January 9-12 at Egrove Park, Oxford UK. Each year, the Symposium brings together authoritative and influential leaders in public... read more
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