More COVID-19 & Global Health News
Borgen Magazine: Mothers2mothers: Aiding the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa (Kochi, 10/31).
Borgen Magazine: Rotary International’s Response to COVID-19 (Tomasello, 10/31).
Devex: Lessons from IFRC on integrating mental health into humanitarian response (Smith, 11/2).
Devex: U.K. ministers ‘just cannot understand’ merits of aid spending, says Rory Stewart (Worley, 10/30).
Devex: Financial incentives for frontline health workers (Pallares, 10/30).
Devex: UNICEF, Orbia on what makes a good partnership. A hint? It’s mutually beneficial (Lieberman, 10/30).
Financial Times/The Lancet: Special Report: Future of AI and Digital Healthcare (Multiple authors, 11/1).
NPR: The Campaign To Wipe Out Polio Was Going Really Well … Until It Wasn’t (Beaubien, 11/1).
NPR: Life Was Improving For ‘No Sex For Fish.’ Then Came The Flood (Kosome et al., 11/1).
ProPublica: How Your Brain Tricks You Into Taking Risks During the Pandemic (Allen/Marco, 11/2).
SciDev.Net: India, Nepal ‘most exposed’ to deadly particle pollution (Devraj, 10/30).
Science: The Science of Superspreading (Enserink et al., 10/30).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Exclusive: Half aid workers report racism at work in past year — poll (Elks, 10/30).
U.N. News: Philippines: Humanitarians respond as millions caught in wake of devastating ‘super typhoon’ (11/2).
Washington Post: Artificial intelligence and covid-19: Can the machines save us? (Cha, 11/1).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.