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Thinking strategically about nutrition supports disease responses and more

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The following is a guest post by Heather B. Davis, MPH, and Emily A. Bobrow, PhD, MPH, of MEASURE Evaluation Who has a strategic interest in nutrition? Is the world on course to meet global nutrition targets? What does it mean to have a robust national dialogue to support the development of practical nutrition solutions? […]

Study finds HIV care, diagnosis barriers for men fueling epidemic among young women

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The following is a guest post by Zahra Reynolds, MPH, of MEASURE Evaluation Young women who have sexual relationships with older men often are dealing with inequitable power dynamics, little capacity to negotiate safe sex or to refuse sex, and—therefore —a greater risk of acquiring HIV. In sub-Saharan Africa, adolescent girls and young women are disproportionately […]

Preventing HIV through treatment of neglected tropical diseases could save billions

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Today is International Day of the African Child, and brings the following guest post by By Paul Henry Brodish, MSPH, PhD, of MEASURE Evaluation I recently viewed a short video from The New York Times with Dr. Eyrun F. Kjetland discussing her work on female genital schistosomiasis and HIV. It’s hard to watch the video, […]

Elusive and crucial, data bring accountability and results in global health

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A friend from MEASURE Evaluation at Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, sent this video along following the recent Measurement and Accountability for Results in Health Summit, convened by USAID, the World Bank, and the World Health Organization. This is MEASURE Evaluation’s 3-minute take on what they discussed and why progress depends on knowing […]