‘The Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s expose of the tragedy in August 2020 was a turning point in our efforts to rally an international oxygen emergency response’
Reporting by the Bureau reveals that at least a dozen brands of asparaginase, a key childhood cancer drug, have been proven to be poor quality, with ten still on the market.
How Big Pharma and various government officials worked to water down a radical proposal aimed at giving poorer countries greater access to vaccines
UK aid cuts mean an estimated 7.1 million children have lost their education, 5.3 million women and girls have lost access to modern family planning methods, and nearly 12 million children and women h...
New rules could let countries claim back more than they paid for surplus doses that were given away
The inside story of how an ambitious global collaboration fell badly short of its lofty goals
Rigid rules on possession orders leave judges unable to take tenant's situation into account
Namibian hospitals were wrongly told that switching to onsite oxygen generator plants could put human life at risk, the Bureau has learned
‘Opaque by design’ system funnelling money from major brands towards dangerous outlets
Administrative barriers in at least 10 European countries are blocking access to vital vaccines
As Covid-19 threatens to overwhelm Mexico’s health services, gas companies have spent time, effort and money deterring hospitals from installing cheaper, more reliable on-site oxygen plants
Two of the world's largest oxygen companies have agreed to improve access to oxygen after the Bureau investigated high prices in Africa and shortages across the world
Social media platforms are failing to get to grips with a wave of dangerous misinformation targeting Indians on social media
Dozens of countries face severe oxygen shortages because of surging Covid-19 cases and low vaccination rates, a Bureau analysis has found
Medical oxygen has become vital as Covid-19 spreads – and the gap in access to it is stark
Pharma giant had previously demanded governments put up state assets as collateral for Covid19 vaccine deals
The Bureau has identified more than 100 Instagram accounts using the platform to make money through spreading misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines
An unredacted Pfizer contract with the Dominican Republic shows the company has been given wide-ranging immunity against legal action, meaning it cannot be held liable for problems at any step of its...
Controversial tech firm Palantir now holds £23m deal to oversee critical data store of patient records