More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: Life-Saving Drones Fly Medicine to Tanzania’s Remotest Spots (Karuri, 3/7).

The BMJ: Health organizations are slow to tackle gender inequality in workforce, report finds (O’Dowd, 3/7).

CIDRAP News: Neighborhood antibiotic use tied to risk of resistant bacteria (Dall, 3/7).

CNBC Africa: Assessing Nigeria’s moves to contain disease outbreaks (3/7).

The Guardian: ‘Incredible moment’: impoverished Mali to give free health care to under-fives (Hodal, 3/7).

The Lancet: Some major donors criticized at U.N. Yemen pledge meeting (Zarocostas, 3/9).

PRI: Trudeau apologizes for mistreatment of Inuit during tuberculosis epidemic (Herrera, 3/7).

Reuters: Without vaccine, hundreds of children die in Madagascar measles outbreak (Rabary et al., 3/8).

Reuters: Over 8 million Ethiopians need food aid due to violence, drought — government (Maasho, 3/7).

SciDev.Net: Drug resistance could make 28 million people poor (Yvonne, 3/7).

The Telegraph: The AIDS endgame: how the U.K. and U.S. are committed to wiping out HIV (Gulland, 3/7).

The Telegraph: Could we halve global tuberculosis rates? (Pozniak, 3/7).

U.N. News: Human rights ‘core to sustainable development’: deputy U.N. chief (3/7).

Xinhua News: Libya records first malaria infection in over 30 years (3/8).

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