More News In Global Health
Asian Correspondent: Not just a toilet: Access to public facilities can be a lifeline for many women (Richards, 3/26).
Associated Press: UNICEF calls on Yemen’s warring sides to stop impeding aid (3/24).
Devex: Q&A: How South Sudan stopped Guinea worm disease in its tracks (Pallares, 3/26).
Devex: Q&A: Why mental health needs to be a higher funding priority (Cornish, 3/26).
Devex: Global bodies urge Asia-Pacific’s citizens to demand cleaner air (Rogers, 3/23).
The Economist: How Bangladesh vanquished diarrhea (3/22).
The Guardian: UNICEF predicts fresh outbreak of deadly cholera in Yemen (Wintour, 3/26).
Homeland Preparedness News: Georgetown University signs collaboration agreement with CEPI for scientific training (Galford, 3/23).
Quartz: India can’t eliminate tuberculosis by 2025 without curbing smoking (Thomas, 3/26).
Reuters: A child dies, a child lives: why Somalia drought is not another famine (Fick et al., 3/23).
Reuters: Congo crisis worsening, E.U. says, as government shuns aid conference (Mahamba/Bavier, 3/26).
Reuters: Drug shortages cripple Angola’s health service (Eisenhammer, 3/25).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: South Africa pushes to combat HIV among girls #blessed by sugar daddies (Fallon, 3/26).
Vanguard: Polio Eradication: Six northern govs, monarchs reaffirm commitment to partnering Dangote, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (3/26).
VOA News: U.N. Steps Up Aid for Thousands of Syrians Fleeing War Zones (Schlein, 3/23).
Xinhua News: Cambodia sees success in HIV/AIDS fight in last decade: health official (3/26).
Xinhua News: Tuberculosis cases in Western Pacific countries cut by 14 pct in past decade: WHO (3/23).