Top Stories - Geneva Health Forum
Is One Health really an agenda of only the Global North?  Panelists at an event last week, hosted by the Geneva ...
Cabo Verde, a group of 10 islands in the Central Atlantic Ocean, was declared malaria-free in January. This milestone makes it ...
As the world grapples with a migrant and refugee crisis of unprecedented scale, with 281m international migrants and 3.5m refugees globally, ...
In the universe of Geneva’s global health hub, which includes dozens of international NGOs and WHO as the brightest star in ...
      A milestone World Health Organization (WHO) decision to recognise noma (cancrum oris or gangrenous stomatitis) as a neglected ...
Nearly seven million people die prematurely each year because of ambient and household air pollution, according to the World Health Organization ...
Past Events - Geneva Health Forum 2023-2022
Intersection of Conflict and Climate Change ‘Devastating’ to Public Health  
One-half of the countries facing serious climate threats also are located in conflict zones – and that single fact alone ...

Authorities Had ‘No Idea’ What to do With People Who Use Drugs During COVID-19
Policies initiated to control the COVID-19 pandemic increased the difficulties for people who use drugs when seeking health treatment, leading ...

Reusing and Repurposing Data for Future Pandemics 
Preparing for future pandemics requires us to reuse and share data quickly in order to repurpose that information for improved ...