More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Can the world afford universal health care? (11/2).

Borgen Magazine: The End Neglected Tropical Diseases Act (Gordon, 11/1).

Devex: Q&A: James Love on the biggest challenges in the fight for affordable drugs (Green, 11/4).

Devex: 5 myths drowning out progress on WASH (Root, 11/4).

DW: Philippines struggling to cope with back-to-back disease outbreaks (Santos, 11/1).

Health Policy Watch: Lessons Learned And Challenges Ahead: DNDi Celebrates 15 Years (Fletcher, 10/30).

New York Times: New Delhi, Choking on Toxic Air, Declares Health Emergency (Schultz et al., 11/1).

NPR: An HIV Crisis Among Pakistan’s Children (Simon, 11/2).

Reuters: Measles and mistrust in Ukraine weaken world’s defenses (Kelland et al., 11/4).

U.N. News: Far more needed to ‘confront the world’s climate emergency,’ U.N. chief tells ASEAN Summit (11/3).

VOA: WFP: Malnutrition, Obesity Increase Poverty, Limit Development in El Salvador (Schlein, 11/3).

Xinhua: News Analysis: UNICEF report reveals 80 pct Indian kids suffer from “hidden hunger” (11/1).

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