More News In Global Health

Devex: Audit finds E.U. aid to Kenya lacked impact (Chadwick, 9/16).

Devex: A humanitarian emergency is bound to occur. What could a pandemic-era response look like? (Lieberman, 9/16).

Devex: Shinzo Abe’s development legacy for Japan is here to stay (Ravelo/Cornish, 9/16).

Devex: When are sewers the best option for improved sanitation? (Root, 9/16).

DW: Why polio continues to be a health risk in Pakistan (Javed, 9/15).

Reuters: Vaccine developer Moderna could slow COVID-19 trials to add at-risk minorities (Banerjee et al., 9/15).

Reuters: Pfizer says late-stage coronavirus vaccine study shows moderate side effects (Mishra, 9/15).

Science: Spread of city-loving malaria mosquitoes could pose grave threat to Africa (El-Said, 9/15).

Scientific American: Population Density Does Not Doom Cities to Pandemic Dangers (Hsu, 9/16).

U.N. News: U.N. report highlights links between ‘unprecedented biodiversity loss’ and spread of disease (9/15).

Vox: A new study from Rwanda is the latest evidence for just giving people money (Piper, 9/15).

Washington Post: William Gates Sr., a guiding hand of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, dies at 94 (Bernstein, 9/15).

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