More News In Global Health
Associated Press: Bootleg liquor, not water, killed Cambodian villagers (5/7).
Devex: Q&A: CARE Bangladesh country director on Rohingya crisis (Welsh, 5/8).
Financial Times: India’s health care: does Modi have the right cure? (Kazmin, 5/7).
The Guardian: U.N. sexual misconduct chief was promoted while facing harassment claims (Ratcliffe, 5/8).
The Hill: How Ebola entered the American consciousness: A Trump tweet (Wilson, 5/8).
Intellectual Property Watch: Unitaid Calls For Proposals On TB, Hails New Insecticide (Adepeju, 5/7).
Intellectual Property Watch: U.S. State-By-State Analysis Shows Benefits Of Funding Global Health Research (Adepeju, 5/7).
News Deeply: Nutrition Interventions Alone Not Enough to Reduce Stunting: New Report (Green, 5/8).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Game-changer’ phone app aims to end child marriage in Bangladesh (Banerji, 5/6).
TIME: How Imams, Royalty, and Family Celebrations are Wiping Out Polio in Nigeria (Kluger, 5/7).
U.N. News: U.N. forum to coordinate global efforts to address worsening water shortages (5/7).
Xinhua News: Feature: Midwives in war-torn Afghanistan eager to work despite cultural, economic barriers (Behbud, 5/7).
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.