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).
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.