More News In Global Health

Devex: In Pakistan, attacks on polio workers stop vaccination drive (Liuhto, 6/3).

Devex: Q&A: NORCAP’s executive director on why ‘we have to demystify’ gender-based violence (Lieberman, 6/3).

Forbes: Why Bill Gates Partners With Rotary To Eradicate Polio (Thorpe, 5/31).

The Guardian: Not one single country set to achieve gender equality by 2030 (Ford, 6/3).

Health Policy Watch: WHO & U.N. Women Launch RESPECT — Framework To Prevent Violence Against Women (Fletcher, 5/29).

NPR: We Asked, You Answered: Are Fly-In Medical Missions Helpful Or Harmful? (Silver, 6/2).

PBS NewsHour: 4 ways groups are making period care easier and more equitable (Vinopal, 5/31).

U.N. News: World Food Programme accesses Yemeni frontline district for first time since conflict began (5/31).

U.N. News: On the Global Day of Parents, UNICEF is urging support for parents to give children ‘the best start in life’ (6/1).

Vancouver Sun: Vancouver hosts huge international conference on women’s rights and health (Lazaruk, 5/31).

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