More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Ex-U.N. chief joins chorus of concern over floods at Rohingya camps (7/11).

CIDRAP News: U.K. to test new payment model for antibiotics (Dall, 7/10).

Deutsche Welle: Libya conflict: No end in sight to humanitarian crisis (7/9).

Deutsche Welle: Health insurance for world’s poorest people (Zimmerman, 7/10).

Devex: ‘Difficult policy choices lie ahead’ to improve Rohingya nutrition, research finds (Welsh, 7/11).

Financial Times: The drugs don’t work: a global antibiotics crisis (Garrahan, 7/10).

New Humanitarian: Midyear update: Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2019 (7/10).

Newsflare: Health officials warn over severe outbreak of dengue fever in Thailand (7/11).

New York Times: Even Moderate Air Pollution May Lead to Lung Disease (Bakalar, 7/10).

Quartz Africa: Startups trying to fix Nigeria’s broken health care system are winning global investor interest (Kazeem, 7/10).

Reuters: President urges Tanzania’s women to ‘set ovaries free,’ have more babies to boost economy (Ng’wanakilala, 7/10).

U.N. News: ‘Nothing left to go back for’: U.N. News hears extraordinary stories of loss, and survival as Mozambique rebuilds from deadly cyclones (7/10).

UPI: United Nations predicts global food prices will drop over next decade (Higgins, 7/10).

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