More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Bill Gates on ending disease, saving lives: ‘Time is on our side’ (4/27).

Associated Press: U.N.: No screen time for babies; only 1 hour for kids under 5 (4/24).

Devex: How medical marijuana could help this country finance the SDGs (Saldinger, 4/26).

Devex: Solar holds promise for remote health facilities, but key gaps remain (Jerving, 4/26).

Devex: Q&A: Changing attitudes for global health progress (Root, 4/25).

Devex: Nigeria’s biggest cause of permanent blindness is failing to attract attention (Adepoju, 4/24).

The Guardian: Girls in Bangladesh learn to talk their way out of forced marriage (Griffin, 4/29).

PBS NewsHour: Peruvian women alleging forced sterilization seek justice (Kay, 4/28).

SciDev.Net: Funding Africa’s mHealth innovators only half solution (Owings, 4/25).

The Telegraph: World’s largest medical drone delivery network takes flight in Ghana (Knott, 4/24).

VOA News: World Free of Malaria, HIV, Cancer Possible with Vaccines (Pearson, 4/26).

WIRED: The Antibiotics Business Is Broken — But There’s a Fix (McKenna, 4/25).

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