Two years after the London Declaration on accelerating the fight against Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), global leaders gathered in Paris April 2 this year in a “Conversation on Progress” two years on. Among the leaders at the event held at the Institut Pasteuer, was Ambassador Michael W. Marine, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sabin Vaccine
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April 21st, 2014
I sympathize, somewhat, with staunch New Patriotic Party (NPP) stalwarts like Mr. Edward Enin, the Member of Parliament for Obuasi-East; but the fact of the
April 21st, 2014
My good friends, there is every indication that Alan Kyerematen has bounced into action, ratcheting up his political rhetoric to prove that he is on
April 20th, 2014
I had wanted to make this write-up a two-part rejoinder, but there are a few remaining issues raised by Mr. Peter Mawunyo Dzidza that need
April 17th, 2014
What is significant and interesting to observe about Peter Mawunyo Dzidza’s rather hollow and shallow prolix titled “Professor Mike Ocquaye Worsens The NPP’s Plight” (Modernghana.com
April 17th, 2014
I read Peter Mawunyo Dzidza’s version of the “settled history” of interethnic relations between Akans and Ewes, titled “Professor Mike Ocquaye Worsens The NPP’s Plight”
—calls for prioritization of support in fight against Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) His Excellency, John Agyekum Kufuor served as the President of the Republic of Ghana from 2001-2009. During his presidency, he served as chairperson of the African Union (2007-08) during which he supervised the peaceful Resolution of the conflict in Kenya, among
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation celebrates its crucial role in achieving an AIDS-free generation at PEPFAR’s 10 year anniversary event The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) joined the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) to mark PEPFAR’s 10 year anniversary and celebrate significant new milestones in
In the global fight for the control and elimination of the world’s most devastating and debilitating diseases that affects over a billion people, one organization, the Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases has since emerged as a leading light in this noble venture. An initiative of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, it envisioned a world free
“The Rivonia Trial (1963-1964) was a turning point in the fight for freedom against the apartheid system in South Africa – it was a defining moment in the global struggle for human rights and dignity. The Trial marked the start of international mobilization, through UN Resolution 1881 (11 October 1963) to stand up for equality
United Nations-sponsored talks between the Syrian Government and opposition resumed today, 10 days after a first round ended with little progress, in efforts to end the civil war, as an already- violated ceasefire to allow humanitarian access to a city cut off by siege for nearly two years was extended for another three days. UN-Arab
Denmark: A solidarity group based in Denmark, attached to the Social Democratic Party of Denmark, has motivated that Mario Masuku, President of PUDEMO (People’s United Democratic Movement) of Swaziland) be awarded the DEMOCRACY AWARD for fighting for peace and democracy in Swaziland. Mario will be the first recipient of this newly created award. It will