More News In Global Health

Deutsche Welle: Africa battles high rates of suicide, depression (6/8).

Devex: Video: The rise of vaccine hesitancy (Abrahams/Mihari, 6/10).

The Guardian: It’s not just girls — one in 30 young men were married as children (Ratcliffe, 6/7).

The Guardian: Prevention: the new holy grail of treating mental illness (Rice-Oxley, 6/8).

Health Policy Watch: Universal Health Coverage: Moving Together, Stronger Together (6/7).

Health Policy Watch: New Gavi Partnership: Deploying Biometric Technology To Expand Child Vaccine Coverage (Schlesinger, 6/7).

Inside Philanthropy: Beyond Band-Aids: For a Funder Collaborative Taking on Global Poverty, It’s All About Changing Systems (Sieff, 6/7).

U.N. News: Libya’s migrants and refugees with tuberculosis ‘left to die’ in detention centers (6/7).

Wall Street Journal: Pakistan Grapples With Unprecedented HIV Infections in Children (Rana/Gillani, 6/9).

Washington Post: Uncertain labor: Central Africa’s maternal mortality crisis (Laurent/Tung, 6/10).

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