More News In Global Health

AP: Group: 5 more years of Yemen war to cost $29 billion in aid (Magdy, 12/2).

Borgen Magazine: An Examination of Elizabeth Warren’s Foreign Policy Platform (Ross, 11/30).

Devex: Full sanitation in rural areas is a century away, warn expert groups (Root, 11/29).

Devex: The role of data in innovative financing for maternal health (11/28).

Devex: The SUN Movement confronts its future (Welsh, 11/27).

The Guardian: Global heating driving spread of mosquito-borne dengue fever (Grant, 12/1).

IPS: Care for Economic Development, Then Care for Food Nutrition, Food Researcher Tells Africa’s Politicians (Bafana, 12/2).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: An ounce of tuberculosis prevention… (Thornton, December 2019).

New Humanitarian: Q&A: Why does so little aid money go to preventing violence against women and girls? (Clement, 11/27).

Newsweek: What You Should Know About The World Health Organization’s Global Vaccine Safety Summit This Week (Moyler, 12/1).

NPR: Researchers Find A Remarkable Ripple Effect When You Give Cash To Poor Families (Aizenman, 12/2).

Science: First malaria vaccine rolled out in Africa — despite limited efficacy and nagging safety concerns (de Vrieze, 11/26).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Poor nations pay price as millions flee ‘climate chaos’, Oxfam says (Goering, 12/2).

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