More News In Global Health
Associated Press: U.N. ‘alarmed’ over migrant conditions in Yemen (5/2).
The BMJ: Practicing medicine amid chaos in Venezuela (Zuñiga, 5/3).
The Economist: The antibiotic industry is broken (5/2).
Foreign Policy: ‘We Need a New Vision in Development’ (Hirsh, 5/1).
Fortune: The WHO Has Diagnostic Codes for People Hit by Spacecraft — But Not for Human Trafficking Victims (Gallucci, 5/2).
The Lancet: Health under the spotlight as South Africa takes to the polls (Makoni, 5/4).
Reuters: Monstrous rumors stoke hostility to Pakistan’s anti-polio drive (Shahzad/Ahmad, 5/2).
Science: Global health institute sued for age and sex discrimination (Wadman, 5/2).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: From beans to gooseberry, rice-mad Myanmar eyes healthier diet (Win, 5/3).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Solar tracking bracelets protect nomadic Kenyan mothers and babies (Makoni, 5/2).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Central American farmers suffer major crop losses, need food aid: U.N. (Moloney, 5/2).
U.N. News: Grave concern over escalating humanitarian crisis, casualties, displacement across northwest Syria: U.N. (5/2).
U.N. News: Inclusion, equality a must for ‘long-lasting peace and sustainable development,’ U.N. official tells high-level event in Baku (5/2).
VOA News: Melinda Gates Speaks to VOA About Women’s Empowerment (Moudou, 5/2).
Xinhua News: Unsealed rainwater tanks incubate dengue fever outbreaks: research (5/3).
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.