More News In Global Health

The Guardian: UNAIDS chief vows to act after tribunal upholds staff harassment complaints (Ahmed, 3/5).

The Guardian: Nine out of 10 people found to be biased against women (Ford, 3/5).

The Guardian: Save the Children chief resists calls to quit after damning watchdog inquiry (McVeigh, 3/4).

PRI: Analysis: A crucial moment for women’s rights in Afghanistan (Barr, 3/4).

Reuters Health: New TB drug regimen controls resistant disease in 9 of 10 cases: study (Emery, 3/4).

U.N. News: Yemen: U.N. Population Fund stresses women’s needs, amidst world’s worst humanitarian crisis (3/4).

U.N. News: Syria: U.N. food relief agency ‘doing everything we can’ to reach Idlib civilians (3/4).

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