More News In Global Health
Christian Science Monitor: Documentary gives an honest look at how one country responded to crisis (Brown, 10/30).
The Guardian: Inquiry finds refugee numbers were exaggerated by 300,000 in Uganda (Okiror, 10/30).
Mosaic: Fake drugs: the global industry putting your life at risk (Perur, 10/30).
SciDev.Net: 5-year-plan to bring HIV vaccine to market (Axt, 10/30).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Africa must tackle birth control ‘taboo’ — philanthropist Mo Ibrahim (Elks, 10/29).
U.N. News: 80,000 youngsters at risk in DRC after forcible expulsion from Angola: UNICEF (10/30).
U.N. News: FROM THE FIELD: Urban Mexico moves toward better livelihoods, cleaner cities (10/30).
VOA News: Bangladesh, Myanmar Agree to Repatriate Rohingya (10/30).
Xinhua News: U.N. urges Kenya to partner with private sector on non-communicable disease (10/31).
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.