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Associated Press: U.N. rights chief: Challenges increase to global cooperation (Lederer, 10/15). Associated Press: Post-war Liberians are demanding better mental health care (Paye-Layleh, 10/12). CNN: Drones, apps and smart lockers: The technology transforming healthcare in Africa (Lewis, 10/15). Devex: Q&A: What South Africa has learned tackling TB (Root, 10/16). Reuters:…

Experts Highlight Critical Roles Nurses, Midwives Play On Path To Achieving UHC

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: To Achieve Universal Health Care, Invest in Nurses and Midwives Sydnee Logan, social media and digital content coordinator at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, and Ann LoLordo, senior director of global engagement and communications at Jhpiego, discuss the roles…

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AFP: India on the frontline of the fight against tuberculosis (10/8). AFP: Zimbabwe doctors defy government ultimatum to resume work (DiBiaso/Kim, 10/7). Associated Press: Mia Farrow visits Chad to promote new approach to hunger (Petesch, 10/3). Devex: Kenya counts on celebrity influence to combat NCDs (Jerving, 10/8). New Humanitarian: Food…

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Devex: Colombia preparing for prolonged response to Venezuela crisis (Welsh, 9/30). Foreign Policy: Endless Conflict in Afghanistan Is Driving a Mental Health Crisis (Azad, 9/27). The Guardian: Nigeria warned it risks humanitarian disaster by expelling charities (Wintour, 9/29). Health Policy Watch: Universal Health Coverage Requires More Policy-Relevant Research (Ren, 9/26).…

U.S. Officials Call On Nations To Stop Using Cuba’s Medical Missions, Alleging Program Represents Form Of Human Trafficking; Cuba Denies Accusation

Thomson Reuters Foundation: U.S. says Cuban medical missions are trafficking doctors “United States officials on Thursday called on all nations to stop using Cuba’s medical missions, which send doctors around the world, saying that Cuba refused to pay the medical staff and held them against their will. Cuba’s international medical…

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AFP: WHO welcomes Taliban decision to lift ban on health workers (9/26). CIDRAP News: Study implicates Asian Zika strain in African microcephaly cases (Schnirring, 9/26). Devex: Q&A: Putting health workers at the center of global health goals (9/27). Devex: Are there enough cases to declare a malaria epidemic in Burundi?…

Afghanistan’s Taliban Lifts Ban On WHO, With Conditions

Reuters: Afghanistan’s Taliban lifts ban on World Health Organization “Afghanistan’s Taliban insurgency has lifted a ban on World Health Organization activities in areas the militants control, a spokesman for the Islamist group said, reversing a stance that had been complicating efforts to eradicate polio. … In the statement, the Taliban…