Almost 250,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are thought to have been infected in 2019.
Dr Alexandra PhelanThese numbers are absolutely staggering. Yesterday was Universal Children's Day. What is happening to DRC's children is heartbreaking: "the majority of those infected with measles in the country are infants"
Nearly 5,000 dead in major outbreak
Reparations have become an increasingly important entry point to the conversation about the unfinished business of decolonization. Even though reparations have an established role in transitional…
Dr Alexandra PhelanSmashing piece by @VasukiNesiah:
TWAIL 'is fundamentally political rather than ameliorative. It seeks to "interrupt" what is normalised and codified in racial capitalism, not just mitigate its adverse impacts'
Global health: these are Nagoya norms.
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the establishment of high standards of practice in obstetrics and gynaecology and women’s health.
As cholera, dengue, and malaria spread, that will only get worse.
Dr Alexandra PhelanExcellent piece by @m_scribe in @newrepublic w great quotes by @ColinJCarlson on climate & global health justice:
“if we don’t solve climate change, universal healthcare will dramatically change how we feel that failure.”
This is "ABC News US Plague Cases 2017" by Alexandra Phelan on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Dr Alexandra PhelanInterested in #plague with the latest cases in China.
Here's an interview that I did in 2017 with @abcnews@bevvo14 when there were bubonic cases in the US that explains some of the background and differences.
Pierre Basimise Ngalishi Kanyegere is a researcher for the Land Rush project and an IT technician at ISDR-BUKAVU. This piece is part of the new “Bukavu Series” blog posts by the GIC Network. In the DRC, academic research is very often conducted...