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).