More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: Africa May Have 90% of the World’s Poor in Next 10 Years, World Bank Says (Naidoo, 10/9).

CIDRAP News: U.K. report cites lack of progress on AMR Review steps (Dall, 10/9).

Devex: Redacted FOI request raises questions on Australian aid’s transparency (Cornish, 10/10).

Devex: IDC chair Stephen Twigg warns of wide-ranging risks to U.K. aid (Edwards, 10/10).

Fast Company: Bill Gates thinks these 3 factors will drive global health (Paynter, 10/9).

Homeland Preparedness News: University analysis finds healthcare market neglects new antibiotics for drug-resistance (Galford, 10/10).

NPR: Zika: Researchers Are Learning More About The Long-Term Consequences For Children (Huang, 10/9).

Science: One billion people, many in poor countries, have major vision problems that could be fixed (Brainard, 10/9).

Xinhua: WHO Western Pacific steps up efforts to fight antimicrobial resistance (10/10).

Xinhua: UNAIDS lauds Kenya’s progress in fight against HIV (10/9).

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