More News In Global Health
Agence France-Presse: 5,000 cases of tropical parasite in Libya: ministry (2/27).
Devex: The midwives at the forefront of the birthing crisis in Cox’s Bazar (Kumar, 2/28).
Inside Philanthropy: Who is Tackling the World’s Biggest Overlooked Health Crisis? (Dickow, 2/25).
Inter Press Service: U.N. Accused of Failing to Move Aggressively Against Sexual Abuse (Deen, 2/27).
The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Eliminating hepatitis C (Burki, March 2019).
New Era: WHO probes possible Guinea worms in Omusati [Namibia] (Ashipala, 2/27).
Reuters: U.N. seeks $234 million in aid for drought-hit Zimbabwe (Dzirutwe, 2/28).
Reuters: Epidemic group invests $34 million in potential vaccine printer tech (Kelland, 2/27).
U.N. News: Stateless Rohingya refugee children living in ‘untenable situation,’ UNICEF chief (2/27).
U.N. News: Yemen: ‘A great first step’ U.N. declares as aid team accesses grain silo which can feed millions (2/27).
U.N. News: ‘Comprehensively include migrants’ or sustainable development won’t happen, warns General Assembly President (2/27).
VOA News: WFP Airlifts Food to Thousands in Central African Republic (Schlein, 2/27).
VOA News: Malawi Vaccinates Young Girls Against Cervical Cancer (Masina, 2/27).
Vox: Bill Gates: I’ve paid $10 billion in taxes. I should have paid more (Piper, 2/27).
Wall Street Journal: Beijing Designs New Rules After Gene-Edited Baby Fiasco (Rana et al., 2/27).