More News In Global Health

Borgen Magazine: Health Care and Disease in Sri Lanka (Sherrington, 3/29).

CNN: In world first, HIV-positive woman donates kidney to HIV-positive recipient (Scutti, 3/28).

Devex: Could Nigeria’s HIV rate be just half what was thought? (Adepoju, 4/1).

Devex: Q&A: Hewlett Foundation’s Ruth Levine on how donors can stop ‘undercutting chances of success’ (Cheney, 4/1).

Financial Times: Bill Gates: Mobilizing political leaders and donors (Jack, 3/31).

Financial Times: Impact investment universe grows to $502bn (Walker, 3/31).

Health Policy Watch: The Economist AMR Summit: ‘Broadening’ Stakeholders To Strengthen Call To Action (Branigan, 3/27).

Health Policy Watch: Access To Essential Medicines — Charles Gore Speaks About MPP’s Expanding Role (New, 3/25).

New York Times: Nepal Storm Kills Dozens and Injures Hundreds (Sharma, 4/1).

Political Analysis: Sierra Leone cleared of Ebola fund pilfering accusations (3/28).

TIME: ‘No Help Is Coming.’ How Devastating Floods Are Fueling Sexual Violence and the Spread of HIV in Malawi (Godin/Martin, 3/29).

Xinhua News: Fresh polio case identified in Afghanistan: official (4/1).

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