More News In Global Health
BBC News: Why Chinese mothers turned away from C-sections (Owen/Razak, 3/2).
BBC News: Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh will no longer take in Myanmar refugees (3/1).
BBC News: Kifafa: The mystery of East Africa’s ‘nodding disease’ (Gorvett, 2/28).
Bloomberg: Smaller Countries Are Becoming the Healthiest (Blenford, 3/3).
Bloomberg: The Bleak and Scary World Inside a Venezuelan Women’s Hospital (Laya, 3/2).
Christian Science Monitor: As Kenyan Maasai abandon girls’ ritual cutting, elders lead the way (Zhu, 3/1).
Devex: Q&A: The African Union Development Agency takes shape (Roby, 3/4).
Forbes: No One Knows The True Cost Of Medicines, And Blaming Other Countries Won’t Help (Ro, 3/3).
The Guardian: Breast-ironing: victims urge stronger action to root out dangerous custom (Lazareva, 3/4).
Health Policy Watch: Médecins Sans Frontières On Drug Prices — You Can’t Negotiate Blindfolded (Fletcher, 2/27).
Inter Press Service: A Leprosy-free Philippines by 2020? (Paul, 3/3).
STAT: Sanofi faces indictment in the Philippines over deaths related to its dengue vaccine (Silverman, 3/1).
U.N. News: Children are still dying in Yemen war, despite partial ceasefire, says UNICEF chief (3/2).
U.N. News: Laws must protect, ‘not reject’ says UNAIDS chief on Zero Discrimination Day (3/1).
VOA News: U.N.: Nearly 2 in 3 Syrians in Need of Humanitarian Aid (Schlein, 3/2).
Wired: Colonialists are coming for blood — literally (McKenna, 3/3).
Xinhua News: China disease emergency management capability leads the world: former WHO chief (3/3).
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.