More News In Global Health

Devex: It’s the end of ‘easy solutions’ in global health, Peter Piot says (Cheney, 7/8).

Devex: Q&A: Bringing women’s rights into the finance discussion (Donback, 7/8).

Devex: In quest for UHC, Kenya faces pharmacy regulation battles (Langat, 7/5).

The Economist: Attack of the superbugs: July 2041 (7/6).

The Economist: Armed with smartphones, Colombians are taking on the local mozzies (7/4).

The Economist: Pakistan is trying new tactics to eliminate polio (7/4).

The Guardian: How Ifrah Ahmed, the girl from Mogadishu, took her FGM story to the world (Ferguson, 7/7).

Health Policy Watch: “Delinkage” Of Medicines R&D From Patent Incentives Stirs Debate at Human Rights Council (Fletcher, 7/4).

Health Policy Watch: Dr. Tedros Calls For Investment In Nurses, Highlights WHA 2020 Focus On Nurses & Midwives (Branigan, 7/2).

NPR: Good News About Democracy: It’s Good For Your Health (Lamber, 7/4).

PRI: Burkina Faso is fighting malaria — with genetically modified mosquitoes (7/4).

Reuters: Botswana seeks to overturn ruling that legalized gay sex (Benza, 7/6).

STAT: Glaxo’s ViiV Healthcare tussles with Kazakhstan over an AIDS drug (Silverman, 7/5).

The Telegraph: Rabies fear stalks Pakistan as hospitals run short of lifesaving vaccine (Farmer, 7/4).

The Telegraph: More than 700 children confirmed HIV positive in Pakistan disease outbreak (Farmer, 7/4).

Xinhua News: Fighting in E. Ukraine threatens safe water supply for millions of people: UNICEF (7/4).

Xinhua News: Spotlight: Tobacco-related illnesses kill 15,000 in Cambodia per year: U.N.-led study (Sovan, 7/4).