More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: U.N. raises Libya aid alarm as Tripoli clashes intensify (4/22).

The BMJ: Breast ironing (Robinson, 4/23).

Business Live: Research buzzes along but science is still scratching the surface of beating malaria (Oliver, 4/23).

Devex: Q&A: How Gavi can adapt to tackle equity and conflict (Igoe, 4/23).

Devex: Q&A: Making Last Mile Health’s community training academy sustainable (Chadwick, 4/23).

Forbes: Priority Review Vouchers Have Helped To Improve Access To Drugs Targeting Neglected Diseases (Cohen, 4/22).

The Guardian: ‘Stigma does not go away’: Mumbai’s dedicated LGBT health clinic (Mohta, 4/23).

New Humanitarian: The Healer: In Rohingya camps, a local response reaches untreated refugees (4/22).

Science: Global warming may boost economic inequality (Cornwall, 4/22).

Xinhua News: Interview: Belt and Road Initiative a potential accelerator to achieve U.N.’s SDGs: Cambodian academic (4/23).

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