More News In Global Health
BBC News: Tanzania male MPs face circumcision call to stop HIV spread (2/8).
Bloomberg: Ray Washburne to Resign From Overseas Private Investment Corp. March 1 (Jacobs, 2/10).
Bloomberg: China’s Potential HIV Contamination Revives Drug Safety Fears (Wei/Einhorn, 2/11).
CIDRAP News: Saudi Arabia reports more MERS in Wadi ad-Dawasir outbreak (Schnirring, 2/8).
The Guardian: Boris Johnson backs call for multibillion cut to U.K. aid budget (Wintour, 2/11).
HealthDay News: Worldwide, More Die After Surgery Than From HIV, Malaria: Study (Preidt, 2/8).
Health Policy Watch: The ‘Year Of UHC’ — Interview With Swiss Global Health Amb. Nora Kronig Romero (2/7).
IntraHealth International: Early Termination of West Bank Project Affects 120,000+ Clients and 100,000+ Health Workers (2/8).
NPR: Why Period Activists Think The ‘Drop Of Blood’ Emoji Is A Huge Win (Gharib, 2/8).
Reuters: Women overlooked and undervalued in medicine: researchers (Elks, 2/8).
SciDev.Net: Zanzibar cuts new malaria cases by 94 percent (Ogema, 2/9).
TIME: An Indonesian Elementary School Expelled 14 Children Because They Have HIV (Quackenbush, 2/11).
U.N. News: From the Field: For refugees and migrants in Europe, health care’s essential but a challenge to find (2/8).
VOA News: U.S. Congresswoman Talks to VOA About African Refugees (2/11).
VOA News: Lassa Fever Outbreak in West Africa Escalating Rapidly: WHO (Schlein, 2/8).
Washington Post: Young girls’ trauma leads Sierra Leone to declare a national emergency over rape (O’Grady, 2/9).
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.