More News In Global Health
Associated Press: Measles epidemic in Madagascar kills more than 900, says WHO (2/21).
Associated Press: U.N. says North Korea has asked for help on food shortages (2/21).
BBC News: Singapore HIV data leak shakes a vulnerable community (Leyl, 2/22).
Christian Science Monitor: Not your typical door-to-door sales: the family-planning ladies of Nigeria (Brown, 2/21).
CNN Philippines: ‘Fake news is deadly’: The numbers behind measles cases and immunization in the Philippines (Popioco, 2/21).
Devex: Donors come together on a plan for drone investment (Cheney, 2/21).
Devex: Q&A: How the next generation can change global health ‘faces and spaces’ (Root, 2/21).
Fast Company: How UNICEF sends lifesaving supplies anywhere within 48 hours (Locker, 2/21).
MIT Technology Review: China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced (Regalado, 2/21).
New York Times: India Threatens a New Weapon Against Pakistan: Water (Gettleman et al., 2/21).
NPR: A Fatal Public Health Problem In Africa That Flies Under The Radar (McDonnell, 2/21).
Pulitzer Center: Some Anti-FGM Activists Say Law Is Not Enough to End Practice (Nzanga, 2/19).
U.N. News: Pregnant, nursing women can now be given Ebola vaccine, U.N. health agency announces (2/21).
VOA News: Study: Abortions From Rapes on Rise in Cameroon’s Conflict Zones (Kindzeka, 2/20).
VOA News: Malawi’s Albinos Look to Asylum to Escape Attacks (Masina, 2/21).
Xinhua News: Interview: China helps Africa in fight against Ebola outbreak: Africa CDC chief (2/22).
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.