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JLI’s Dr Tobias Rinke de Wit on NTR: ATLAS: Covid-19 in Africa

Last week Prof Tobias Rinke de Wit, Director Research JLI, was on Dutch television program NTR: Atlas discussing his ongoing COVID-19 work in Africa. When the epidemic emerged on the…
Civil Society

Health Equity sounds great, but how can we achieve it?

As a term, health equity is broad. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as a society we’ll achieve health equity “when everyone has the opportunity to…
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Dr Tobias Rinke de Wit in the Volkskrant: “As long as there is Corona in Africa, the whole world is at risk”

The COVID situation in Africa deserves more attention. Even though symptoms of the disease are less severe, the continent will be struck by continued economic and social isolation. Viruses will…
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RIVM and GGD launch a large-scale study on behavior, psychology and health in the Netherlands.
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A message from Dr Christoph Benn on World AIDS Day 2020
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Jonathan Glennie publishes book on The Future of Aid, Global Public Investment
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Digital Technologies and Artificial Intelligence in Health
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Can a new model of NCD care achieve UHC in Sub-Saharan Africa?
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A call for a new era of development cooperation

Insurance is inherently a public good, how do we align the interest of the provider, payer and the individual to make it work?

Professor Dan Ariely, Center for Advanced Hindsight

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Do worms make Covid invisible in Africa? Watch JLI's own @TobiasRdW share his ongoing research in Ethiopia, discuss Covid in Africa and his extensive experience with past pandemics such as HIV. https://t.co/qqQc3Se5gi
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"Longstanding systemic health and social inequities have put many racial and ethnic minority groups at increased risk of getting sick and dying." The idea of health equity is great but how can we get there? What role can technology play?
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