More News In Global Health

The BMJ: Indian campaigners ask government to stop relying on handouts of bedaquiline to ensure supply (5/9).

Deutsche Welle: World in Progress: Yemen’s forgotten humanitarian crisis (Steffen, 5/8).

Devex: Q&A: Don’t be satisfied with ‘great progress,’ former UNICEF official warns (Lieberman, 5/9).

Forbes: Antimicrobial Resistance Is Being Called A Sustainable Development Issue (Ro, 5/9).

Reuters: Cholera, more civilian casualties feared in Libya: WHO (Nebehay, 5/8).

SciDev.Net: Climate now biggest driver of migration, study finds (Vesper, 5/8).

SciDev.Net: Deforestation decreases drinking water access in Malawi (Michael-Phiri, 5/9).

The Telegraph: How a Wikipedia for drug discovery is disrupting big pharma (Majid, 5/8).

U.N. News: Hundreds of wounded Gaza protesters risk limb amputation without immediate help, warns top U.N. official (5/8).

VOA News: Aid Groups in Bangladesh Try to Stop Rohingya Child Malnutrition (Grunebaum, 5/9).

VOA News: Mozambique Scrambles to Contain Cholera Outbreak (5/8).

Xinhua News: Kenya plans to achieve sanitation targets by 2030 (5/8).

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