A Call to Action: Combating the Gender Inequalities Driving COVID-19 and HIV
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted how women and girls are most vulnerable in health emergencies with sobering statistics on the rise in domestic violence or avoidable health complications from a lack of adequate essential maternal and reproductive healthcare, including HIV prevention in lockdowns around the world.
Former Pakistani health minister speaks at School of Public Health
As health minister and special advisor to the prime minister, Faisal Sultan was responsible for coordinating Pakistan’s response to the emerging pandemic. Two years later, Sultan visited the Yale School of Public Health to share lessons he learned from his experience.Source: Yale Daily News
Panel Discusses Pandemic Preparedness
Three professors who are prominent in pandemic preparedness joined Professor Saad Omer, director of the Yale Institute for Global Health, in a discussion, “Preparing for Future Pandemics and Other Biological Catastrophes,” at the Yale School of Public Health.