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Associated Press: Duterte critics laud U.N. vote to scrutinize drug killings (Gomez, 7/12). Deutsche Welle: Sugary drink consumption increases cancer risk, research suggests (7/11). Devex: Q&A: Engaging the private sector on health security (Cornish, 7/12). Devex: Is it time to take ‘more of a gamble’ to scale nutrition interventions? (Welsh,…

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Al Jazeera: Honduran women demand protocol for survivors of sex abuse (Brigida, 7/7). Associated Press: Rights group calls Duterte’s drug war crime against humanity (Gomez, 7/8). Associated Press: U.N. rights chief ‘appalled’ by conditions in U.S. for migrants (Keaten, 7/8). Associated Press: U.N. report: 464,000 people killed in homicides in…

DRC Rolls Out Phase 2 Of Largest-Ever Oral Vaccination Campaign Against Cholera

World Health Organization: More than a million people to be vaccinated in phase 2 of a huge cholera vaccination campaign in the Democratic Republic of the Congo “Phase 2 of the biggest ever oral vaccination campaign against cholera is scheduled to take place from 3-8 July 2019 in 15 health…

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Devex: At U.N. disability rights conference, experts question U.N. inclusivity (Lieberman, 6/13). Inside Philanthropy: To Bolster Access to Water and Sanitation, These Funders Are Betting on a Systems Approach (Naracott/Barnett, 6/12). Thomson Reuters Foundation: Indian factories found endangering seamstresses’ health with illegal pills (Nagaraj, 6/12). Xinhua News: Flooding in Yemen…

Gates Foundation Expert Discusses Ways To End Cholera Globally

World Economic Forum: How we can defeat cholera for good Anita Zaidi, director of vaccine development, surveillance, and enteric and diarrheal diseases programs at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses the efforts of the Global Task Force on Cholera Control (GTFCC) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance to address cholera…

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CNBC Africa: How Africa can archive its targets on Sustainable Development Goals (6/11). Devex: Q&A: Why women farmers are key to good nutrition (Root, 6/12). The Guardian: Patients sleep under the stars in long queue for medical visas (Glinski, 6/12). New York Times: Brazil Fails to Replace Cuban Doctors, Hurting…

International Community Must Continue To Work To Maintain Progress Against Cholera

Project Syndicate: Maintaining the Momentum Against Cholera Anita Zaidi, director of vaccine development, surveillance, and enteric and diarrheal diseases programs at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation “…[I]n the past 18 months, the world has made significant strides in the fight against cholera. … It is possible that historians will…

Violence Continues Against Ebola Health Workers In DRC, Leaving 1 Dead; U.N., Partners Begin Cholera Vaccination Campaign Amid ‘Unprecedented’ Dual Epidemics

Agence France-Presse: Villagers kill Ebola health worker in eastern DR Congo “Villagers in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo killed a health worker engaged in the fight against a major Ebola outbreak and looted a treatment center [on Saturday], according to an official report seen Monday by AFP. … In a…

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The BMJ: Indian campaigners ask government to stop relying on handouts of bedaquiline to ensure supply (5/9). Deutsche Welle: World in Progress: Yemen’s forgotten humanitarian crisis (Steffen, 5/8). Devex: Q&A: Don’t be satisfied with ‘great progress,’ former UNICEF official warns (Lieberman, 5/9). Forbes: Antimicrobial Resistance Is Being Called A Sustainable…