More News In Global Health

AFP: Indonesian forest fires putting 10 million children at risk: U.N. (9/24).

Associated Press: Pakistan battles dengue epidemic, with 20 deaths so far (Ahmed, 9/24).

Barron’s: Financing Global Health (Schultz, 9/23).

Devex: How can private partnerships help countries meet the UHC goal? (Byatnal, 9/24).

Devex: Kenya is rolling out UHC — with a little help (Jerving, 9/24).

Devex: Q&A: The $5 eyeglasses for low-income settings (Root, 9/23).

New Humanitarian: What we’re watching at the U.N. General Assembly (Sampathkumar, 9/23).

Reuters: Tens of thousands march for ban on abortions in Slovakia (Jancarikova, 9/22).

STAT: Antibiotic resistance in food-producing animals surges in low- and middle-income countries (Silverman, 9/23).

STAT: More countries are banning or restricting sales of Zantac and other heartburn meds (Silverman, 9/23).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Poorest people getting world’s small change to cope with climate crisis (Rowling, 9/23).

VICE: Polio Is Back in the Philippines, 19 Years After the Disease Was Eradicated (Savillo, 9/24).

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