More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. rights chief: Vowed U.S. cuts wouldn’t be ‘fatal’ to office (Keaten, 8/29).

Agence France-Presse/SABC News: U.N. summit on TB seeks to put spotlight on killer disease (8/24).

Borgen Magazine: The Future of U.S. Foreign Aid: Moving Forward (Hallum, 9/2).

Deutsche Welle: President Trump’s Global Gag Rule endangers lives in Africa (Wanyonyi, 8/15).

Devex: In India, can universal health care become a reality? (Bader, 9/4).

Devex: Can PPPs help ensure vaccine supplies for future global epidemics? (Pallares, 9/3).

Devex: WASH advocates call for political support ahead of major meeting (Edwards, 8/24).

Devex: Inside Namibia’s HIV success story (Edwards, 8/14).

Healio: Only 1.6% of global funding focused on adolescent health (Bortz, 8/17).

Intellectual Property Watch: U.N. Tuberculosis Negotiations: What Is At Stake? (Branigan, 8/30).

Kaiser Health News: Religious Conservatives’ Ties To Trump Officials Pay Off In AIDS Policies, Funding (Taylor, 8/22).

New York Times: U.S. Ambassador Denies Threatening Ecuador Over Breast-Feeding Resolution (Jacobs/Belluck, 8/12).

Reuters Health: Fake, low quality drugs come at high cost (Rapaport, 8/31).

U.N. News: Rohingya emergency one year on: U.N. says thousands of lives saved, but challenges remain (8/24).

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