The UN Foundation Press fellowship wrapped up yesterday. Here’s a collection of some of the work of the participating fellows.
Tom Murphy, A View from the Cave: USAID/FWD Some Promise and Some Transparency
Tom Murphy, PSI Healthy Lives (which I co-edit): PSI Ambassador Mandy Moore Discusses Bednets, Mobilizing Youth for Social Good…and ‘Friday Night Lights’
Tom Wilerman: The Tennessean: “Foundation Aims to Increase Vaccinations”
Tom Paulson, Humanosphere: UN summit on global health: Making a longer list or better strategy?
Tom Watkins, CNN: Ted Turner no fan of nuclear power, but it beats coal
Tabby Biddle, Huffington Post, Every Mother Counts: Christy Turlington Speaks at the Social Good Summit
Larisa Epatko, PBS NewsHour: USAID Chief: Somalia Must ‘Stop Standing in the Way’ of Aid
Larisa Epatko: PBS NewsHour: Obama: Israelis, Palestinians ‘Must Reach Agreement on the Issues that Divide Them
Tabby Biddle Huffington Post: The U.N. Puts Women and Girls at Center of Conversation
Jason Gale Bloomberg: Killer Diseases Spur UN Action Call to Avert $47T Cost
Jason Gale Bloomberg: Clinton Urges Al-Shabaab Militants to Let Food Aid Into Somalia
Deb Sherman, Reuters: UN assembly backs steps to fight chronic disease
Tom Wilemon: United Nations Foundation aspires to help mothers, children
Mariama Diallo, Voice of America, Experts Stress Use of Vaccines to Controlling Chronic Disease