More News In Global Health
Associated Press: Liberia investigates U.S.-backed charity after alleged rapes (Paye-Layleh, 10/16).
NPR: Report: Liberian Charity Worker Raped Girls He Was Supposed To Protect (Harper, 10/16).
TIME: More Than Me CEO Katie Meyler Temporarily Steps Down (Young, 10/15).
Al Jazeera: UNICEF: Two million children in DRC are acutely malnourished (Soi, 10/16).
BBC News: Yemen could be ‘worst famine in 100 years’ (10/15).
Deutsche Welle: World Food Program study: hunger rates worsening with digitalization (Zindel, 10/16).
Deutsche Welle: World Food Day: Senegal makes gains towards fighting malnutrition (Landais, 10/16).
Devex: Why did India really reject the human capital index? (Byatnal, 10/17).
The Guardian: Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector (Rawlinson, 10/16).
The Guardian: Scale of Yemen famine was ‘initially underestimated’ by aid agencies (Summers, 10/16).
Intellectual Property Watch: Antimicrobial Resistance At The World Investment Forum: UNCTAD, WHO Join Forces (Saez, 10/16).
Mosaic: How a wooden bench in Zimbabwe is starting a revolution in mental health (Riley, 10/16).
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.