Britain, traditionally the UNFPA's largest contributor, will donate £23 million this year (€26.5 million) down from an expected commitment of £154 million (€177 million).
Three experts from the fields of global history, social science and economics give their insight into recovery after the pandemic, if and how it will change our lives and how coronavirus compares to previous fast-spreading diseases known to man.
A malaria vaccine developed by researchers from the University of Oxford was found to have a high-level efficacy of 77 per cent, becoming the first to clear the 75 per cent efficacy target set by the WHO.
Italy is back in lockdown as it battles another wave of COVID-19. This decision is a controversial one in Sardinia where they are successfully managing the virus.
Youngsters being hospitalised for mental disorders, including depression and schizophrenia, have tripled in Belgium over the past year.
The ocean could hold the cure to the worst threats to public health. Researchers and experts are using some of the most unknown marine bioresources to make compounds to improve our health and they're doing so without damaging the sea.
Some cyanobacteria and microalgae have existed in the oceans for more than 3.5 billion years and they may hold the key to defeating some of humanity's deadliest diseases.
The WHO told Euronews it is "afraid" that fewer Europeans got routine vaccinations for serious diseases, like measles, during the pandemic, which could lead to outbreaks down the line.
CBD oil derives from hemp, a cousin of marijuana in the Cannabis family. But what is it and is it healthy?
Countries around the globe are taking comprehensive measures to respond to COVID-19, but this is a crisis that cannot be solved by nations acting alone.