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).