In April 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic gained momentum, the Ahimsa Fund launched the “Ahimsa Renaissance Movement” initiative, or ARM, as a way to learn from the crisis. It was founded in the belief that COVID-19 must be [...]
As part of the effort to achieve WHO’s Global Programme of Work (GPW) ambition of one billion more people benefitting from UHC by 2030, a recommendation of the report of the WHO Task Team on WHO-Civil Society Engagement was [...]
Prof. M. Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2006, took the initiative of launching an Appeal to make the future anti-COVID-19 vaccines « a Global Common Good ». This Appeal was co-signed by 25 Nobel laureates and 45 former Heads of State or Government.
Religious leaders and institutions have been a vital part of the global response to HIV and AIDS since the early days of the epidemic. However, the faith-based response to HIV must be scaled up significantly if we are to end the HIV epidemic by 2030.
An unprecedented situation? Perhaps, but only if we look merely to the recent past. A century ago, the Spanish Flu sowed a disarray and devastation that we know all too well. A few centuries earlier, the tragic Black [...]
I live in a home for Senior Women Citizens aged 70 years and above. I feel excited and energized when I go to work each day and return with a sense of fulfilment. When the Government declared a [...]
Many of us are familiar with the term: the drop that spilled the glass. When I was very young, I began to investigate why a container when filled with water could allow water to exceed the limit of [...]