More News In Global Health

Foreign Policy: China Enlists U.N. to Promote Its Belt and Road Project (Lynch, 5/10).

The Guardian: Canada sued over years of alleged experimentation on indigenous people (Kassam, 5/11).

The Guardian: Hundreds of thousands of children close to dying of hunger in Congo, U.N. warns (McVeigh, 5/11).

IRIN: Afghanistan battles polio: Rumors, mistrust, and negotiating with the Taliban (Liuhto, 5/10).

The Lancet: EMRO Regional Director to be elected to head office (Zarocostas, 5/12).

The Lancet: Concern over reported number of measles cases in Yemen (Yuan, 5/12).

News Deeply: India Is Confronting a Cash Transfer Failure (Byatnal, 5/10).

U.N. News: UNICEF urges wealthy countries to encourage more breastfeeding (5/10).

WIRED: The Catch-22 of Mass-Prescribing Antibiotics (McKenna, 5/10).

Xinhua News: Liberia declares health emergency over Lassa fever deaths (5/10).

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.

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