World AIDS Day – young people underserved and overexposed to diseases of poverty

Eoghan Walsh Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases, Press Releases, Youth Empowerment

Brussels, November 28, 2017: Ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1, a new report launched at the European Parliament today reveals that young people aged 10-24 remain underserved and overexposed to the risks of contracting HIV & AIDS, and other poverty-related diseases. The report calls on the EU to do more to help these young people – through education, …

MEPs PRNDs Survey

Press Release – MEPs support EU funding for disease research, reject Commission, Council threat of cuts

Eoghan Walsh Global Health, Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases, Press Releases, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Uncategorised

DSW MEP Survey: MEPs support EU funding for disease research, reject Commission, Council threat of cuts Brussels, September 7, 2017: In the results of a new survey released today, a two-thirds majority of the European Parliament believes that the EU is not spending enough money to fund research that is targeted at HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, and other diseases …

Euromapping 2017 – EU must step up support for reproductive health!

Eoghan Walsh Press Releases, Sexual and Reproductive Health

BRUSSELS, 11 July – Europe needs to do more to support sexual and reproductive health and rights of people living in countries of poverty. This is the central message from the new Euromapping report, released by the Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW), and the European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF) to mark World Population Day. The report is available …

Choosing sustainability: Future Planning for Climate Change

Eoghan Walsh Press Releases

Making the connections between sexual and reproductive health and rights and environmental sustainability The Margaret Pyke Trust, with the Population & Sustainability Network, jointly with member organisations, Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), hosted a Lab Debate on 8 June at the European Development Days in Brussels. The event showcased innovative integrated projects that demonstrate …

World TB Day 2017

World TB Day 2017 – EU support needed to defeat tuberculosis

Eoghan Walsh Global Health, Press Releases, Tuberculosis

On World TB Day 2017, If Europe is serious about ending the epidemic of tuberculosis by 2030, EU leaders need to commit more funding and support for global health innovation. Brussels, March 23, 2017: Ahead of World TB Day 2017 on March 24, and as part of the international campaign “Unite to end TB”, DSW is calling for European politicians to …

She decides

She Decides: International community reaffirms support for women’s health

Eoghan Walsh Press Releases, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Support for Girls in Development

She Decides conference in Brussels presents governments united in support for family planning and reproductive health, in rejection of Trump reinstatement of the “Global Gag Rule” She Decides conference, Brussels, March 2, 2017: Governments from around the world today reaffirmed – politically and financially – their commitment to the health of women living in the world’s poorest countries. At the “She Decides” …

GFinder 2017 – EU overtakes UK in global health R&D funding rankings

Eoghan Walsh Imagine2030, Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases, Press Releases

GFinder 2017 – EU overtakes UK in global health R&D funding rankings But declining international funding means worrying outlook for HIV & AIDS, TB, and malaria research According to new GFinder data released today, the European Union has become the second-largest funder of global health research focused on HIV & AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and neglected tropical diseases. EU support is …

World AIDS Day 2016: Ending HIV & AIDS: it’s in Europe’s hands

Eoghan Walsh Press Releases

Brussels, December 1, 2016: The EU must remain a leader in the field of global health innovation in the coming years, if HIV & AIDS is to be eradicated by 2030, according to a new report launched in Brussels today to mark World AIDS Day. The report “Saving Lives: Making the case for European investment in poverty-related and neglected tropical …

World Malaria Day 2016 – 590,000 new infections every day

adam Press Releases

Brussels, April 25: Significant progress has been made in bringing malaria under control, but we can only defeat the disease with a game-changing vaccine. World Malaria Day, on April 25, is an important moment to recognise the progress that has been made since 2000, and chart a way forward in how we can harness global health innovation to make malaria …

World TB Day 2016 – it is time that the TB vaccine goes the way of the cassette tape and the floppy disk

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Brussels, March 23: If the world is serious about defeating TB by 2030, we need to invest heavily in global health innovation to produce a game-changing vaccine Ahead of World Tuberculosis Day, as the world unites to end TB, DSW is calling for serious political and financial commitment to global health innovation to replace an out of date and ineffective …