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IRIN: Key donors freeze Uganda refugee aid after U.N. mismanagement scandal (Okiror, 2/28). NPR: A ‘Period’ Movie Won The Oscar! So Why Are Some Menstrual Health Experts Ambivalent? (Aizenman, 2/28). Press Association/Irish Examiner: Ireland to double foreign aid to more than €2bn by 2030 (2/28). Quartz: The World Health Organization…

Global Health Council Releases 2019 Global Health Briefing Book

Global Health Council: A Guide to U.S. Investments in Global Health: Transforming Communities Worldwide Loyce Pace, president and executive director of the Global Health Council, introduces the 2019 Global Health Briefing Book, “a resource for well-informed decision making on issues involving U.S. engagement in global health.” The full report and…

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ABC News: A documentary about menstruation won an Oscar. Here’s what the director of ‘Period. End of Sentence.’ wants to happen next (Kindelan, 2/26). CBC News: Tuberculosis is not just a ‘disease of the past,’ says Doctors Without Borders (2/26). CIDRAP News: WHO says 2 events boosted Saudi hospital MERS…

Lancet Global Health March 2019 Issue Available Online

The Lancet Global Health: March 2019 The most recent issue of The Lancet Global Health provides articles on various global health topics including an editorial on cancer treatment, commentaries on the importance of the measles vaccination and upstream approaches to global health training, and an article on the role of…

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The Guardian: Polio spreads in Afghanistan and Pakistan ‘due to unchecked borders’ (Ahmed, 2/20). The Guardian: Cervical cancer could be eliminated in most countries by 2100 — research (Boseley, 2/20). The Guardian: Condom handouts in schools prevent disease without encouraging sex (Ratcliffe, 2/15). Homeland Preparedness News: Potential bioterrorist use of…

FT Health Discusses Cancer, Features Interview With Hugh Pullen Of European Medicines Verification Organisation

FT Health: Combating cancer; Brexit and E.U. medicine verification The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter discusses efforts to address cancer, the world’s second leading cause of death, and features an interview with Hugh Pullen, president of the European Medicines Verification Organisation, discussing the launch of…

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Agence France-Presse: Barely alive after IS, Syrian babies haunted by malnutrition (Gebeily, 2/8). Devex: Conflict expected to deepen Africa’s hunger crisis in 2019 (Roby, 2/8). Devex: Weeks before Brexit, Europe ends aid funding for non-E.U. NGOs (Chadwick/Edwards, 2/8). New York Times: U.N. Warns That Grain to Feed Millions Could Rot…

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Coke and CDC, Atlanta icons, share cozy relationship, emails show (Judd, 2/6). CIDRAP News: More Ebola reported from Katwa hot spot (Soucheray, 2/6). Devex: Q&A: Lessons from Australian aid’s disability inclusion program (Cornish, 2/7). IRIN: In rural Pakistan, ‘worst drought in years’ drives displacement and hunger (Shaikh/Tunio, 2/6).…