More News In Global Health
Al Jazeera: The forgotten: Living with HIV in war-ravaged Yemen (Shaker/Edroos, 1/21).
Associated Press: Pakistan kicks off year’s first polio campaign in 2019 (1/21).
Associated Press: U.N.: 2 polio cases in Mozambique caused by virus from vaccine (1/22).
BBC News: Why are so many people still dying from snake bites? (Casewell/Ainsworth, 1/21).
CIDRAP News: New one-dose drug prevents malaria relapse, studies show (Soucheray, 1/18).
CNN: A two-child policy in overpopulated India? It won’t work, say experts (Gupta, 1/21).
CNN: Superbugs and anti-vaxxers make WHO’s list of 10 global health threats (Yan, 1/21).
Devex: Life in the shadows: Living with disabilities in a conflict zone (Mednick, 1/21).
Forbes: Measles Outbreaks Show Why Anti Vaxxers Made WHO’s 10 Global Health Threats (Lee, 1/20).
Global Citizen: There’s a ‘Deliveroo’ for Tampons and Contraceptives in East Africa (Hitchings-Hales, 1/17).
Health Policy Watch: As Waistlines Increase, Diabetes Sets In In Tanzania (Makoye, 1/15).
Homeland Preparedness News: Mosquito sparks malaria fears in Ethiopia (Galford, 1/18).
The Telegraph: Harnessing Africa’s baby boom: Women seize power over their fertility — and future (Newey, 1/18).
VOA News: Guinea Worm Disease Could Soon be Wiped Out, Experts Say (1/17).
Xinhua News: Afghanistan launches polio vaccination in high-risk districts (1/21).
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.