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We strengthen our members’ work on global health through evidence, support and resources to inform advocacy.

Here is a curation of factsheets, reports, articles, websites, webinars and other tools for people working on global health. Alongside Action for Global Health’s own materials, we link to other useful resources from across the sector.

Global Citizen ‘UK Aid Works’

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Global Citizen’s new “UK Aid Works” series is a collection of stories about health care development projects supported by Britain’s aid budget, collated by Action for Global Health UK (AfGH).

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Devex ‘Duty of Care’

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Governments, donors, and communities all have an obligation — a duty of care — to support and protect health workers. Devex content series looks at how health systems can function better so that health care workers are supported, protected, and empowered.

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Challenging realities of “aid”

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The Kampala Initiative continues its series of webinars in 2020, focused on a case that illustrates challenges in aid, with a focus on possible solutions to advance solidarity and cooperation. See the host site for announcements and webinar documentations on the series.

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‘Building back better after COVID-19: The research agenda’ launch event

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On 3rd September 2020, The George Institute UK hosted a virtual video premiere and panel discussion to identify key intersections between the COVID-19 pandemic and non-communicable diseases (NCDs), and the evidence gaps we urgently need to tackle in order to ‘build back better’.

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Save the Children ‘The Future of British Aid’

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The merger of the Department for International Development with the Foreign Office has profound implications for British Aid. This blog series by Save the Children explores the wide-ranging potential impact.

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Exposed, silenced, attacked – Failures to protect health and essential workers during Covid

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Amnesty’s report makes concrete recommendations for what governments across the world need to do to comply with their human rights obligations and adequately protect the rights of health and essential workers.

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