More News In Global Health

The BMJ: Gender equality: countries are failing to deliver changes by 2030 (Kmietowicz, 6/5).

Devex: Coalition aims to streamline awareness efforts, attract new donors (Saldinger, 6/5).

Global Health NOW: “Here to Push Back Against the Pushback” (Myers, 6/3).

New York Times: This Drug Could End HIV. Why Hasn’t It? (Barbaro et al., 6/5).

New York Times: The Doctor Who Stayed Behind to Save Babies in His Long-Suffering Homeland (Searcey, 6/1).

Reuters: Yemen’s Houthis and WFP dispute aid control as millions starve (Yaakoubi/Barrington, 6/4).

STAT: Ex-CDC chief Frieden settles sexual harassment charges (Garde, 6/4).

The Telegraph: Fresh outbreak of deadly Nipah virus in India — authorities appeal for calm (Wallen, 6/4).

Vox: Ghana’s new lifesaving drones: like Uber, but for blood (Samuel, 6/4).

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