More News In Global Health

Devex: Philippines’ multisector approach to break the cycle of stunting (Ravelo, 10/30).

Financial Times: Future of AI and Digital Healthcare (Multiple Authors, 10/31).

Forbes: How Merck For Mothers Is Addressing Maternal Mortality (Taylor, 10/30).

Reuters: E.U. countries to give Sudan 466 million euros in grants, aid: SUNA (Khalek/Saba, 10/30).

STAT: Bill Gates spends billions on global health. With Alzheimer’s, his science adviser says, money is not the issue (Florko, 10/31).

U.N. News: Reparations for sexual violence in conflict — ‘what survivors want most, yet receive least’ (10/30).

VOA News: 1 in 5 Rohingya Child Refugees Suffer Severe Mental Health Issues (Grunebaum, 10/30).

Xinhua: Interview: China contributing to Africa’s efforts in fight against HIV/AIDS: A.U. official (10/30).

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