More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: Bill Gates on Global Health Initiatives, Technology, Innovation (Lacqua, 1/23).

CNBC: Bill Gates: My ‘best investment’ turned $10 billion into $200 billion worth of economic benefit (Belvedere, 1/23).

Financial Times: South Africa’s drug ATMs offer formula to treat chronic illness (Mhlungu, 1/23).

Global Health NOW: For India’s Women, Safety in Numbers (Shufro, 1/23).

NBC News: Here’s how smart toilets of the future could protect your health (Baggaley, 1/23).

New York Times: Woman Stabbed 23 Times in Pakistan Wins Appeal Against Assailant’s Acquittal (Masood, 1/23).

NPR: Why Burundi Is Kicking Out Aid Groups (Beaubien, 1/23).

Quartz: Watch: Quartz interviews U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres live in Davos (1/23).

Reuters: Sex traffickers hold 20,000 Nigerian women and girls in Mali, agency says (Akwagyiram/Christensen, 1/23).

U.N. News: Sudan: Amidst deaths, injuries, imprisonments, UNICEF stresses children’s protection ‘at all times’ (1/23).

Washington Post: We can fix global warming, says the voice of “Planet Earth.” But humans must hurry (Epstein, 1/22).

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