More News In Global Health
AP: TB, armed guards, lack of food at U.N. migrant center in Libya (Hinnant et al., 12/6).
AP: U.N. says Zimbabwe’s cash shortage hurts aid delivery efforts (12/5).
Devex: Fragile states need more donor flexibility to improve nutrition (Welsh, 12/6).
Devex: Q&A: WASH Business: A waterless toilet waste-to-value set to scale (Ravelo, 12/6).
Devex: Climate finance calls grow louder in face of global emergency (Igoe, 12/6).
Devex: Safeguarding the future of yellow fever vaccination (12/6).
Devex: New fund seeks to scale impact investing through collective action (Saldinger, 12/5).
Livemint: India saw highest number of cervical cancer deaths in 2018 (Sharma, 12/5).
Los Angeles Times: Huge waves and disease turn Marshall Islands into ‘a war zone,’ health official says (Rust, 12/5).
PRI: Invisible ‘superbug’ could be more deadly than bombs in Middle East war zones (Reinl, 12/4).
The Telegraph: Disaster prevention is better than cure, says U.N. emergency chief (Nuki, 12/4).
U.N. News: Rise in Caribbean children displaced by storms shows climate crisis is a child rights issue: UNICEF (12/6).
U.N. News: Partnerships key to taking landlocked countries out of poverty: U.N. Chief (12/5).
Washington Post: Tunisia launches a state-sponsored sex-education program, a rarity in the Arab world (Beachum, 12/5).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.
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