More COVID-19 & Global Health News

Al Jazeera: Child malnutrition reaches new highs in parts of Yemen: U.N. (10/27).

AP: Poland’s PM defends abortion ruling, condemns protests (10/27).

Borgen Magazine: Humanitarian Organizations Addressing Hunger in Syria (Pangman, 10/26).

Devex: Liberia mental health services ‘overloaded’ after lockdown, MSF says (Smith, 10/27).

Devex: Can funders help bridge the gap between development and health research? (Green, 10/27).

Devex: Harnessing satellite data for pandemic response: Lessons from COVID-19 (Politzer, 10/26).

The Guardian: Sudan government denies Rift Valley fever outbreak despite reports of deaths (Salih, 10/27).

The Guardian: U.K. Covid policy for children in detention ‘cruel and inhumane,’ says U.N. expert (Grant, 10/27).

Reuters: Iran reports COVID-19 death every four minutes, extends curbs (Hafezi, 10/26).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Keeping girls in school seen worth billions to developing nations (Elks, 10/26).

Washington Post: Italy, resisting another coronavirus lockdown, shows peril of piecemeal restrictions (Harlan/Pitrelli, 10/26).

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