John Donnelly is a journalist based in Washington, D.C., specializing in global health and environmental subjects. From 1999 to 2008, he was a reporter with The Boston Globe. He worked for five years in the Washington bureau of The Globe, covering foreign policy, with a special focus on global health issues. From 2003 to mid-2006, he opened and ran the Globe’s first-ever Africa bureau. Based in South Africa, he traveled widely around the continent, focusing on a wide range of health issues, politics, counter-terrorism, development policy, and the future of oil in Africa.
Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick, who has about 100 HIV-positive patients, speaks about what should be happening in the AIDS fight in the US.
Less than a month into his tenure, Kim spoke to GlobalPost about the Bank's focus on eradicating poverty and fighting AIDS.
Vanessa Kerry, daughter of Sen. John Kerry, talked to GlobalPost about the partnership she spearheaded between her non-profit and the Peace Corps.
Mario Raviglione has been the director of the World Health Organization’s Stop TB Department since 2003. He spoke with John Donnelly about the progress and frustrations with detection and treatment of Tuberculosis.
USAID yesterday launched a social media campaign called “Every Child Deserves a Fifth Birthday.”