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‘A world that counts’: The rise of infographics in global maternal health campaigns

Infographics have become a ubiquitous feature of the contemporary global health landscape, crowding the presentations and exhibition halls of conferences, the pages of annual reports, and the websites of non-governmental organizations (NGOs). For the anthropologist studying global health policy and practice, they are a powerful sensory and aesthetic element of the ethnographic field.

Infographics are the product of data visualization …

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The Two Singapores: Spectacle and Twin Realities

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Early on in the global fight against COVID-19, Singapore’s response to the pandemic, centered around aggressive contact tracing and quarantining close contacts, was the subject of praise and admiration among the global community. However, much of this international sentiment had died out by April, as Singapore saw steeply rising infection rates in migrant worker dormitories around the country. Today, low-wage

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Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Zambia: state accountability and universality in a new community health worker programme

Promotional materials from the global campaign to achieve Universal Health Coverage by the year 2030. Copyright UHC2030 – reproduced here under ‘fair use’ for academic purposes.

“Health for All?” critically explores global moves towards Universal Health Coverage and its language of rights to health, equity, social justice and the public good. Highlighting emerging ethnographic and historical research by both young