More News In Global Health
The BMJ: WHO retracts opioid guidelines after accepting that industry had an influence (Dyer, 1/10).
Borgen Magazine: Empowering Women in Kenya with Reusable Pads (Kiessling, 1/11).
Borgen Magazine: Why World Hunger is Still a Problem? (Wanyonyi, 1/10).
Devex: As OPIC shuts its doors, former leaders reflect (Saldinger, 1/13).
Devex: Q&A: Why most nutrition programming is not scalable (Politzer, 1/13).
Devex: Kenyans love maize. But aflatoxins are making it dangerous (Jerving, 1/13).
Health Policy Watch: Mental Health — Among The ‘Most Neglected’ Of Neglected Tropical Disease Issues, Says DNDi Scientist (Ren, 1/10).
Health Policy Watch: Emergencies, Cervical Cancer, IP & Innovation Among Highlights Of Member State Consultations Ahead Of WHO Executive Board (1/9).
Reuters: Infant deaths, poor conditions at Indian hospital spark uproar (Roy, 1/10).
SciDev.Net: Climate change and conflict could fuel hunger in 2020 (da Silva, 1/10).
VICE: We Visited a Mass Female Circumcision Ceremony in Indonesia (Rinaldi et al., 1/13).
Washington Post: In Australia, the air poses a threat; people are rushing to hospitals in cities choked by smoke (Fears/Dennis, 1/12).
Xinhua: UNICEF official urges more support to Venezuelan migrant children (1/12).
Xinhua: Feature: Children in war-torn Yemen suffer from malnutrition (1/11).
Xinhua: Two more polio cases confirmed in Malaysia’s Sabah state (1/10).
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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