More News In Global Health

Associated Press: More than 100 children die in India in encephalitis outbreak (6/18).

BBC News: Low-income African countries ‘pay 30 times more’ for drugs (6/18).

Devex: Q&A: Peter Sands on what it takes to create effective health systems (Lieberman, 6/18).

Global Health NOW: Mercy Masoo, Leading the Way in WASH and Gender Equality (Myers, 6/17).

The Guardian: Yemen’s Houthi rebels accused of diverting food aid from hungry (McVeigh, 6/17).

Inter Press Service: Rising Population Trends Threaten U.N.’s Development Goals in Asia & Africa (Deen, 6/19).

Quartz India: India may have curbed its fertility rate, but it is still too high (Tanwar, 6/19).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: MSF reports sharp rise in sexual abuse and misconduct complaints (Elks, 6/17).

VOA News: Ugandan Health Workers Warn HIV-Positive Refugees Poorly Tracked (Athumani, 6/19).

Washington Post: Bill and Melinda Gates have spent billions to drive their agenda on education and other issues. Now, they have created a lobbying group to push even more (Strauss, 6/19).

Xinhua News: Polio cases reach to 9 in Afghanistan (6/19).

Yonhap News Agency: Seoul hosts global health conference to combat contagious diseases (6/19).

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