Fornightly links: polio eradication, the rise of China, TB, and more
By Sachini Muller and Terence Wood
The world is on the brink of polio eradication – a historic breakthrough – but according to Laura Keer, the end of polio may tip many countries into a health disaster.
Tuberculosis has resumed its position as the world’s leading infectious killer, reports Project Syndicate.
A $10 million investment may only create a of couple hundred direct jobs; David Robalino explains why.
Five months after the Rohingya crisis began, refugees are still fleeing Myanmar. And now, rumours of repatriation are sowing fear among those in Bangladesh Rohingya camps.
A new report by The Freedom Fund provides insights into modern slavery and interventions that work.
About the author/s
Sachini Muller was a Research Officer at the Development Policy Centre. She is currently completing a Master of Globalisation at ANU.
Terence Wood is a Research Fellow at the Development Policy Centre. His research focuses on political governance in Western Melanesia, and Australian and New Zealand aid.