COVIDHQ Africa's HQ Beat Newsletter.
Ongaipe from the HQ Squad. There is a COVID-19 surge on the continent, and it is definitely of concern. That concern is tempered a bit by the just-ended G7 Summit with some positive news for Africa, as a landmark agreement was reached to contribute a significant number of vaccine doses,
The Foundation will deploy $1.3 billion over the next three years in partnership with the Africa CDC to provide vaccinations and vaccination support in Africa.
Ndewo from the HQ Squad. The Beat is loaded this week. One feature is the story of a young woman who found her voice and took her place in the #BlackLivesMatter movement that rocked the world. The sad and unfortunate pandemic of corruption continues to be a hindrance on the
Molweni from the HQ Squad. May 25th was Africa Day, and we are on top of it this week on the Beat with stories that speak to the creativity, resilience, ingenuity, and drive of the people on the continent. This week's newsletter includes a feature on the multidimensional impact of
Muraho Bite from the HQ Squad. In this week's Beat we get into the convos around vaccine patent waivers and financing instruments for the continent, on the back of a recently-held conference on the subject in Paris. There's a piece on the importance of research and development funding through the
Hello and greetings from HQ. In this edition of the Beat, we are keeping a vigilant eye on the new coronavirus variant rampaging in India and its spread beyond India's borders to other regions. Speaking of borders, there has been an emergence of vaccine tourism due to slow vaccine rollouts
Hello there, and good day to you. Today's newsletter comes with a strong dose of the rising crisis in India and how it affects the global pandemic, especially in Africa. We have a couple of personal stories from HQ Africa that address how coronavirus has affected culture, and some arguments