More News In Global Health

Devex: Q&A: On COVID-19, Melanne Verveer is waiting for a signal from U.N. Security Council (Lieberman, 4/20).

Devex: DFID holds off from explaining sky-high cost of U.K.-Africa Investment Summit (Abrahams/Worley, 4/20).

Devex: WASH advocates worry about ‘short memory’ of donors (Root, 4/20).

Devex: In Northern Triangle, rising food insecurity tests NGO adaptability (Welsh, 4/20).

The Guardian: Coronavirus vaccine: when will we have one? (Spinney, 4/19).

National Geographic: Worries mount that southern winter may tighten COVID-19’s grip (Langlois, 4/17).

New Humanitarian: The COVID-19 excuse? How migration policies are hardening around the globe (Reidy, 4/17).

Reuters: Exclusive: In Russia, a black market for HIV drug to try on coronavirus (Ivanova/Nikolskaya, 4/20).

Wall Street Journal: As Politicians Lean on Disease Modelers in Health Crisis, Some Scientists Fear a Backlash (Colchester, 4/19).

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