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Health Vaccine Access Under-Funding Malaria

World's 1st Malaria Shot Won't Reach Millions Of Children. Here's Why

A GSK spokesperson told Reuters that it could not make enough of its vaccine Mosquirix to meet the vast demand without more funds from international donors
By Jennifer Rigby, Natalie Grover for Reuters on July 13, 2022
Women Women Entrepreneurship Under-Funding Gender Budget

India ranks among the lowest in the world in women’s entrepreneurship

A lack of access to funds is one of the biggest hurdles Indian women face in pursuing entrepreneurship.
By Mimansa Verma for Quartz on June 22, 2022
Health Nutrition Under-Funding Nutrition Strategy

India UnderSpends On Nutrition, New Nutrition Programme Yet To Be Implemented

The guidelines of the restructured scheme, Saksham Anganwadi and POSHAN 2.0, are still being worked out and POSHAN 2.0 has not yet been approved, an RTI response revealed
By Avani Kapur, Ritwik Shukla for IndiaSpend on January 31, 2022
Health Malaria Vaccine Under-Funding

Explained: Why It Took 54 Years For A Malaria Vaccine

Scientific challenges, lower research funding and less attention from rich countries means companies are less interested in developing vaccines for diseases such as TB and malaria, as compared to Covid-19
By Nushaiba Iqbal for IndiaSpend on November 19, 2021
Health Tuberculosis COVID-19 Under-Funding

New data show Covid-19 combined with funding shortfalls are devastating for TB fight

Data from 2021 show that the impact of Covid-19 on the TB response has continued to be profound: 1.2 million fewer people have been diagnosed and treated for TB in 2021 with four months still left in the calendar year.
From The Indian Express on September 29, 2021
More Displaced People Under-Funding Humanitarian Needs

Critical underfunding exacerbated by COVID-19 pushing displaced people to the edge

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has warned that millions of displaced people in need of protection and assistance, and their host communities, are feeling the pinch of massive underfunding, as the COVID-19 crisis continues to increase humanitarian needs globally.
From UNHCR on September 18, 2020