Non Peer-Reviewed Articles

1.     Binagwaho, A. (2016). We need to bring mental health illnesses out of the shadows. World Bank Blog.
2.     Binagwaho A, Hedge A. (2015). Rwanda’s sustainable strategy for saving lives. Vaccines Work.
3.     Binagwaho A. (2015). Rwanda’s Quest for Universal Health Coverage. The Commonwealth Health Partnerships 2015.  Nexus Strategic Partnerships.
4.     Binagwaho A, Karema C. (2015). Preserving hope amid false protection. The New Times.
5.     Binagwaho, A. (2015). Lessons on Aid Effectiveness from Rwanda. Paper presented at the 143rd APHA Annual Meeting and Expo (Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2015).
6.     Binagwaho A. (2015). Beyond MDGs: Why we need to strengthen our institutions. The New Times.
7.     Binagwaho A. (2014). World Health Organization and UNICEF accountability: we are not there yet. The New Times.
8.     Yamey G, Binagwaho A. (2014). Global Health’s Grand Convergence. Guardian Global Development Professionals Network.
9.     Mohand, A. A., Binagwaho, A., Kayiteshonga, Y., Misago, N. C., & Munyandamutsa, N. (2014). Violences de masse, reconstruction psychique et des liens sociaux: Initiative de développement de la santé mentale dans la région des Grands Lacs: Editions L'Harmattan.
10.  Fromont, A., Kayiteshonga, Y., Misago, N. C., Ait Mohand, A., Munyandamutsa, N., & Binagwaho, A. (2014). Le renforcement de l'estime de soi des acteurs comme stratégie de réussite des interventions en santé: de la socio-psychologie aux politiques de santé. iolences de masse & reconstruction psychique et des liens sociaux: pour une initiative de développement de la santé mentale dans la région des Grands Lacs: Capitalisation de la 3e conférence internationale de Santé mentale, Kigali, 215-225.
11.  Binagwaho A. (2014). Preparation is Paramount. Finance & Development Magazine, International Monetary Fund, 51(4).
12.  Binagwaho A. (2014). We must work hard to own our liberation. The New Times.
13.  Binagwaho A. (2013). Rwanda’s approach proves perfect antidote to counterfeit drugs.
14.  Binagwaho A. (2013). Rwandan health minister hits back at critics of drug company deal.
15.  Binagwaho A. (2013). Clarification on study of TB drugs. The New Times.
16.  Vincent, M., Kaplan, S., Bitega, J., Ngeruka, M., Karema, C., & Binagwaho, A. (2012). One arm, open label, prospective, cohort field study to assess the safety and efficacy of the PrePex device for scale-up of non-surgical circumcision when performed by nurses in resource-limited settings for HIV prevention. Paper presented at the Journal of the International AIDS Society.
17.  Karasi, J., Musonera, F., Iranyumviye, K., Servais, J., Devaux, C., Binagwaho, A., Schmit, J. (2012). Assessing the WHO recommended first-line ART regimens for resource-limited settings: comparing the relative virologic efficacy and resistance patterns of TDF/3TC/NVP to AZT/3TC/NVP in a Rwandan cohort. Paper presented at the Journal of the International AIDS Society.
18.  Binagwaho, A., Hartwig, R., Ingeri, D., & Makaka, A. (2012). Mutual Health Insurance and the Contribution to Improvements in Child Health in Rwanda. Erasmus University. Rotterdam, Netherlands: International Institute of Social Studies.
19.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Uniting to uproot malnutrition in Rwanda. The New Times.
20.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Global Health Solidarity at a Crossroads. Project Syndicate.
21.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Rwanda’s pursuit of shared wealth through health for all. Commonwealth Health Partnerships.
22.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Rebuilding Confidence in Rwanda’s Future. The New Times.
23.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Time to take hygiene issues seriously. The New Times.
24.  Binagwaho A.  (2012). Reflections on the Genocide commemoration week. The New Times.
25.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Conceptualizing global health delivery in Rwanda. The New Times.
26.  Binagwaho A. (2012). The Government Accountability Day: my experience. The New Times.
27.  Binagwaho A. (2012). To improve quality of health services, we must build trust. The New Times.
28.  Binagwaho A. (2012). Direct Democracy and the Health Sector: Umushyikirano 2011. The New Times.
29.  Binagwaho A. (2011). Outdated evidence at the WHO: case of Rwanda. The New Times.
30.  Binagwaho A. (2011). Health, Human Rights, and Democracy. The New Times.
31.  Binagwaho A. (2011). Rwanda, the Entrepreneurial Nation. The New Times.
32.  Binagwaho A. (2011). Mobilized Against AIDS. Letters to the Editor, The New York Times.
33.  Binagwaho A. (2011). Letters to the Editor: Responses to Auditing the Auditor. Global Fund Observer, Issue 150.
34.  Binagwaho A. (2011). Co-financing, an investment in our children. GAVI Alliance.
35.  Knaul FM, Frenk J, and Shulman J, for the Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and Control in Developing Countries. (2011). Closing the Cancer Divide: A Blueprint to Expand Access in Low and Middle Income Countries. Harvard Global Equity Initiative, Boston, MA. [Contributions by Binagwaho A]
36.  Binagwaho A. (2010). Innovative Approaches to Political Leadership. In Background Paper for the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health: Investing in Our Common Future. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization.
37.  Basinga, P., Gertler, P., Binagwaho, A., Soucat, A., Sturdy, J., & Vermeersch, C. (2010). Policy Research Working paper, 5190. Washington, DC: World Bank.
38.  Binagwaho, A. (2009). Nutritional Status Among Status Among HIV Non-infected Children Born to HIV Infected Mothers in Rwanda. Paper presented at the Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism. 
39.  O’Brien, M. E., Chung, J., Binagwaho, A., Shumbusho, F., Price, J., & O’Brien, M. E. (2009). Nurse delivery of HIV care: modeling the impact of task-shifting on physician demand. Press (personal communication).
40.  Basinga, P., Gertler, P. J., Binagwaho, A., Soucat, A. L., Sturdy, J. R., & Vermeersch, C. M. (2009). GDN Working Paper Series.
41.  Basinga P, Gertler P, Binagwaho A, Soucat A, Sturdy J, Vermeersch C. (2009). Paying primary health care centers for performance in Rwanda (policy research working paper 5190). Washington DC, USA: The World Bank.
42.  Binagwaho A, Noguchi J, Senyana-Mottier MN, Smith Fawzi MC. (2009). Community-Centered Integrated Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Rwanda, Joint Learning Initiative of Children and HIV/AIDS.
43.  Basinga, P., Gertler, P., Binagwaho, A., Soucat, A., Sturdy, J., & Vermeersch, C. (2009). Impact of paying primary health care centers for performance in Rwanda. Washington, DC: World Bank.
44.  Binagwaho, A., Kramer, M., Asiimwe, A., Munyakazi, L., & Rwakunda, A. (2008). HIV-AIDS in Rwanda. 2008 epidemic update.
45.  Lin, Z., Engelson, E., Rusine, J., Binagwaho, A., Cohen, M., Fabri, M., Kotler, D. (2007). Factors affecting the short term nutritional response to HAART in Rwandan Women. Paper presented at the Antiviral Therapy.
46.  Robison, E., Rwemarika, F., Binagwaho, A., Cohen, M., Asiimwe, A., Lu, J., Anastos, K. (2006). Establishing a cohort study to assess effectiveness and toxicity of antiretroviral therapy in Rwandan survivors of genocidal. Paper presented at the American Journal of Epidemiology.
47.  Ruxin, J., Binagwaho, A., & Wilson, P. A. (2005). Combating AIDS in the developing world: Earthscan.
48.  Binagwaho, A., & Sachs, J. D. (2005). Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals: Overview: Millennium Project.
49.  UN Millennium Project. Task Force on HIV/AIDS, M., Ruxin, J., Binagwaho, A., & Wilson, P. A. (2005). Combating AIDS in the developing world. London: Earthscan.
50.  Wilson, P. A., Stabinski, L., Binagwaho, A., & Ruxin, J. (2004). Combating HIV/AIDS in the Developing World. Interim Report of the Millennium Project Task Force, 5, 42.
51.  Binagwaho, A., Ruxin, J., Wilson, P., & Stabinski, L. (2004). Interim report of task force 5 working group on HIV/AIDS Interim report of task force 5 working group on HIV/AIDS: UNDP.
52.  Paul, D. B., Goosby, E. P., Deborah von Zinkernagel, R., Binagwaho, A., Kagame, A., & Ngabo, F. (2003). Client health and quality of life baseline for HIV/AIDS testing and treatment at the Kacyiru Health Center, Kigali, Rwanda. The 131st Annual Meeting.