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).
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.