More COVID-19 & Global Health News

Borgen Magazine: SafeBoda App Delivers Contraceptives in Uganda (Raza, 11/11).

CIDRAP News: COVID-related shortages of malarial, other drugs spotlighted (McLernon, 11/11).

CNN: This $1 made-in-Africa Covid-19 test kit could revolutionize testing on the continent (Salaudeen, 11/10).

Devex: Could the pandemic drive more climate funding to grassroots organizations? (Cheney, 11/12).

DW: World in Progress: The 2020 health emergencies you haven’t heard of (yet) (Steffen, 11/11).

The Guardian: Spike in yellow fever deaths prompts Nigeria to revive vaccination campaigns (11/12).

The Hill: Indonesia signs $1B loan with Australia for help with pandemic (Coleman, 11/11).

New Humanitarian: Rethinking Humanitarianism podcast: U.S. election special (Aly, 11/11).

NPR: Protecting Women Against HIV Just Got 9 Times Easier (Beaubien, 11/11).

SciDev.Net: Life with fistula — and stigma (Amutabi, 11/11).

Washington Post: Bolsonaro says Brazilians must not be ‘sissies’ about coronavirus, as ‘all of us are going to die one day’ (Farzan/Berger, 11/11).

WIRED: The Strange and Twisted Tale of Hydroxychloroquine (Rogers, 11/11).

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