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Health is a cornerstone of individual and societal development and must be safeguarded and afforded equitably to all.


Loss of work or income, even temporarily, can for some mean the difference between development and regression, life and death.


Vulnerabilities can be inherited or circumstantial. They create inequalities that can be mitigated or exacerbated through policy.


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Navigating the Aftermath: The Struggle for Equality in the Face of Health Crises in the Arab Region

Health crises have long shaped national histories, remodeling countries’ developmental trajectories and leaving long-lasting imprints on the health and socio-economic

The COVID-19 Crisis and Health Inequality: A Reciprocal Magnification Effect in the Arab Region

This paper was initially published as part of the Arab NGO Network for Development’s Arab Watch Report on the Right to Health. Following

Sudan: Managing COVID-19 Pandemic During a Time of Transition

Sudan’s current transitional government has inherited a fragile health system that suffered years of neglect and underinvestment. The spread of

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