More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: FAO launches new vehicle to fund antimicrobial resistance (Soucheray, 6/20).

Devex: ‘Unacceptable workplace behaviors’ at UNICEF, leaked report summary says (Lieberman, 6/21).

Inter Press Service: Poor Outlook for HIV-positive Children in Pakistan (Munns, 6/20).

The Lancet: India: health workers strike after attack on junior doctor (Sharma, 6/22).

The Lancet: Rebecca Katz: leading light in global health security (Lane, 6/18).

Nature: A battle against antibiotic resistance (Gewin, 6/21).

Reuters: Displaced families suffering subhuman conditions in Ethiopia: Egeland (Endeshaw/Houreld, 6/20).

Reuters: ‘Brain fever’ blamed for India child deaths preventable: doctors (Pal/Kumar, 6/21).

U.N. News: First-ever WHO global report on epilepsy highlights care gap in poorer countries (6/20).

U.N. News: U.N. Security Council calls for protection of persons with disabilities in conflict zones (6/20).

U.N. News: Ripple effect of sexual violence in conflict threatens ‘collective security,’ stains ‘our common humanity,’ says U.N. chief (6/19).

VICE News: The First Vaccine for Malaria Has Arrived (Walton, 6/20).

Wall Street Journal: WHO Removes Opioid Guidelines After Report Claims Drug-Industry Influence (Calfas, 6/20).

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