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Opinion Pieces Discuss Efforts Needed To End TB

Medium: No ribbons, no marches, no Santana David Bryden, TB advocacy officer at RESULTS “…A new organization is trying to end the ignorance about TB and bring it out of the shadows. It is called We Are TB, led by TB survivors themselves, who volunteer their time to raise awareness…

Website, Photo Gallery Document Global Menstrual Health Research, Products

The Guardian: Cloth, cow dung, cups: how the world’s women manage their periods “…Basic necessities for dealing properly with menstruation, such as access to clean water or a decent toilet, are simply unavailable to millions of women and girls. Without these services, menstruation can negatively affect women’s health as well…

More News In Global Health

BBC News: The city where children are learning to love mosquitoes (4/8). BBC News: ‘Our children are gasping’ — Senegal’s toxic air battle (Dewast, 4/9). Devex: Minimizing aid worker risk in dangerous environments (Root, 4/9). Devex: Why you should care about the rise of DFIs (Saldinger, 4/9). Devex: Improving the…

Study Examines Malaria Spending, Shows Shortfall Based On WHO Target

Homeland Preparedness News: Study examines malaria spending shortage “A landmark study maintains while 2016 global malaria spending totaled $4.3 billion, it fell short of the World Health Organization’s target goal of $6.6 billion. The University of Washington School of Medicine Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) analysis, published in…

More Than 100 Civil Society Groups Issue Open Letter Stating Concerns Over Several Developed Countries’ Stance On WHA Transparency Draft Resolution

Health Policy Watch: Several Developed Countries Want To “Derail” Transparency Resolution — Civil Society Groups Say “More than 100 civil society organizations and health experts signed on to an open letter [Thursday] calling out Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the U.K., and Australia, along with Austria and the United States, as wanting…