More News In Global Health
Agence France-Presse: UNICEF urges health care access for trapped Syrians (10/10).
Associated Press: Doctors say refugees banished to Nauru are suicidal (10/11).
Bloomberg: Gates Foundation Backs Self-Checkup App’s Africa Expansion (Lauerman/Kahn, 10/10).
Business Insider: The startup behind a tool designed to save you a doctor’s visit has partnered with Bill and Melinda Gates (Brodwin, 10/10).
Devex: New fund taps $100B U.S. wedding industry to help end child marriage (Rogers, 10/11).
Devex: A new public-private partnership drug stirs hope to curb maternal mortality (Cousins, 10/10).
Foreign Policy: Starvation and Child Soldiers: On the Ground in Yemen (Seligman, 10/9).
GeekWire: New HIV vaccine study will test first-of-its-kind tech, with backing from the Gates Foundation (McGrane, 10/9).
The Guardian: Fighting for LGBT rights in a country where lesbians are caned — podcast (Lamble/Barnard, 10/10).
IRIN: New health threats emerge for Sulawesi survivors (Morse, 10/9).
Reuters: Death toll from Nigeria floods reaches 199 (Carson, 10/11).
Science: Why is a remote Colombian town a hot spot of an inherited intellectual disability? (Furfaro, 10/10).
VOA News: Indonesia Orders Foreign Aid Workers Out in Wake of Tsunami (10/9).
VOA News: Researchers Say Human Toll of South Sudan War ‘as Bad as Iraq or Syria’ (Ridgwell, 10/10).
Washington Post: How will 9 billion or 10 billion people eat without destroying the environment? (Achenbach, 10/10).
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.