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Humanitarian Efforts In Yemen Struggle To Reach All In Need

IRIN: First person: Bringing aid to my neighbors in Hodeidah just got harder Salem Jaffer Baobaid, Hodeidah project coordinator for Islamic Relief “..The U.N. says Yemen is on the brink of famine, and I’ve seen what that looks like first-hand. As people grow increasingly desperate, my job has become harder,…

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War-Torn Yemen Faces Famine, Tries To Stave Off Cholera Comeback

New York Times: The Tragedy of Saudi Arabia’s War “…The devastating war in Yemen has gotten more attention recently as outrage over the killing of a Saudi dissident in Istanbul has turned a spotlight on Saudi actions elsewhere. The harshest criticism of the Saudi-led war has focused on the airstrikes…

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Al Jazeera: India’s air quality plummets to worst possible category (10/26). BBC Future: One country’s plan to solve the world’s hidden health crisis (Taormina, 10/25). Devex: Q&A: World Food Prize laureate Lawrence Haddad (Welsh, 10/29). Devex: Q&A: Rajiv Shah on the Rockefeller Foundation’s new priorities and strategies (Cheney, 10/29). Health…

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Associated Press: Child hunger ‘serious’ in India while its economy grows fast (10/12). BuzzFeed News: The U.S. Is Sending Its Addiction Problem Over The Border (Stanton, 10/11). CNN: India hit with its biggest outbreak of Zika to date, with 32 confirmed cases (Suri, 10/12). Devex: Indonesia disaster reveals community preparedness…

WHO, UNICEF Vaccinate More Than 300K People In Yemen Against Cholera

VOA News: U.N. Wraps Up Second Round of Cholera Vaccinations in Yemen “An estimated 300,000 people, more than half of them children, have been immunized against cholera in war-torn Yemen. The weeklong vaccination campaign was led jointly by the World Health Organization and U.N. Children’s Fund…” (Schlein, 10/5). Xinhua News:…

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Devex: Syria’s humanitarian crisis not likely to end in 2019, U.N. expert says (Lieberman, 10/5). Inter Press Service: Over and Under Nutrition: Two Sides of an Unhealthy Coin (Yakupitiyage, 10/4). IRIN: “If the water finishes, we will leave”: Drought is forcing hundreds of thousands of Afghans from their homes (Glinski,…

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Christian Science Monitor: Culture shift: What’s behind a decline in drinking worldwide (Llana/Traub, 10/3). Devex: India counts down to its open defecation elimination goal (Rogers, 10/4). The Guardian: ‘I will not give them the baby’: the plight of Cambodia’s detained surrogates (Handley/Meta, 10/2). NPR: Why Infanticide Is A Problem In…

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