More News In Global Health
Agence France-Presse: One-stop clinics, a rare lifesaver for Zimbabwe’s sick (Jongwe, 7/20).
Al Jazeera: ‘Toxic stress’: Addressing mental health needs in Sierra Leone (Werner/Acland, 7/21).
Devex: Could permagardens help solve refugee malnutrition? (Root, 7/22).
Global Health NOW: A Neglected Disease, A Lab Researcher, And Real Life (Silberner, 7/11).
The Guardian: Anti-extremism software to be used to tackle vaccine disinformation (Quinn, 7/21).
The Guardian: Millions face hardship as Zimbabwe comes close to ‘meltdown’ (Burke/Chingono, 7/21).
Health Policy Watch: Two-Thirds Of People In Low & Middle-Income Countries With Hypertension Don’t Get Treatment (Saez, 7/19).
Inter Press Service: Will a Global Fund Help Deliver U.N.’s Development Agenda? (Deen, 7/19).
New Humanitarian: Aid access and aid worker safety: Delivering help in a war zone (7/19).
NPR: Does Facebook Need A Humanitarian Partner For Its New Digital Currency? (Gharib, 7/19).
NPR: Study: Sugar Rules The World And Ruins Teeth (Whitehead, 7/19).
SciDev.Net: Q&A: WHO’s chief scientist rises above her father’s legacy (Bhattacharya, 7/19).
U.N. News: Top U.N. sustainable development forum closes with galvanized effort toward ’empowerment, inclusiveness and equality’ (7/19).
The Wire: Spike in Polio Cases Raises Questions on Pakistan’s Vaccine Reporting (Ahmad/Mackenzie, 7/22).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.