More News In Global Health
1A: How Prepared Is The World For A Major Epidemic? (Johnson, 3/15).
Al Jazeera: Sierra Leone: Ebola survivors ‘not getting help’ they need (Idris, 3/18).
The Atlantic: Fixing the World’s Oldest Health Problem (Newkirk, 3/16).
BBC News: In Syria’s Eastern Ghouta, a doctor’s battle: ‘We will stay until the end’ (Gunter, 3/17).
Borgen Magazine: Melinda Gates and the Fight Against Global Poverty (Cruz, 3/17).
CNN: Two polio workers killed in attack in Pakistan (Saifi/Andone, 3/18).
Devex: Uganda cholera outbreak slows, but violence in DRC complicates recovery (Roby, 3/19).
Global Health NOW: #CUGH2018 Warm-Up with Keith Martin (Myers, 3/16).
NPR: After Oxfam’s Sex Scandal: Shocking Revelations, A Scramble For Solutions (Columbus, 3/16).
Reuters: Deadly listeria could herald tighter food safety rules in South Africa (Kelland, 3/16).
U.N. News: Alarmed by plight of Central African refugees in Chad, U.N. urges funding to scale up humanitarian response (3/16).
VOA News: U.N.: African Women Need Voice in Politics to Achieve Equality (Bior/Achiek, 3/16).
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.