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COP26 must produce consensus for concrete action on global warming

Over the next 10 days world leaders will try to get consensus for joined action to rein in greenhouse gas emissions and to commit to mobilise financial resources to support low-income countries to deal with the impact of climate change, AKU's Dr Alex

The Star | November 3, 2021

Scaling a lifesaving intervention: Skin-to-skin for mothers and babies

The global health community should be mindful of how complicated protocols of standardization can stand in the way of KMC scale-up, said Dr Zulfiqar A. Bhutta.

Devex | October 28, 2021

A look at vaccine equity from Pakistan

High-income countries at the vanguard of COVID-related health innovation and vaccine production have naturally, but unjustly, spearheaded the world's transition to the new normal, says an article by AKU’s Fyezah Jehan and Maheen Sheikh.

thinkglobalhealth.org | October 23, 2021

UK journalist explains Bhuttos’ attitude towards power

As part of the Aga Khan University’s Special Lecture Series, British journalist and author Owen Bennett-Jones, formerly of the BBC, spoke about the Bhuttos live via Zoom from the AKU auditorium.

Dawn | October 22, 2021

Address climate change, biodiversity loss together

An op-ed by Dr Alex Awiti, Vice Provost at AKU: Climate change and biodiversity loss are inextricably coupled, with potential for vicious cycles of catastrophe

The Star | October 14, 2021

South Asia’s fight against COVID-19 gathers momentum

AKUH's Dr Faisal Mahmoodtold The Diplomat that one of the major factors behind a low spread in Pakistan was subdued mingling between communities in the urban centers and a scattered population in the rural areas.

The Diplomat | October 13, 2021

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