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Global Frameworks Recognize Link Between Malaria, Food Security

Tropical Health Matters: Global Frameworks Link Malaria and Food Security Bill Brieger, professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses the link between malaria and food security in three global frameworks: the Alma Ata Declaration on Primary Health Care, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and the Sustainable…

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BBC News: Malaria genetics: study shows how disease became deadly (Gill, 5/22). Bloomberg: China Considers Ending Birth Limits as Soon as This Year (5/21). Forbes: ‘Fatal Disconnect’ — Millions Of Children Are Victims Of Road Traffic, Yet World Is Silent (Mohn, 5/21). The Guardian: HIV drug shortage puts hundreds of…

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Associated Press: Medical teams sent to south India amid deadly virus outbreak (5/21). The Lancet: HIV/AIDS community divided over allegations about UNAIDS (Zarocostas, 5/19). The Lancet: Tramadol: Africa’s opioid crisis (Salm-Reifferscheidt, 5/19). Newsweek: Anti-fungal drug resistance as serious as the antibiotic apocalypse, warn scientists (Gander, 5/18). Reuters: Regulators flag possible…

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CNN: Gender discrimination kills 239,000 girls in India each year, study finds (George, 5/15). The Guardian: South Koreans more worried about air pollution than Kim’s nukes (Haas, 5/15). The Guardian: ‘They were dying of hunger’: the doctor fighting for Ecuador’s poor — podcast (Lamble/Stephens, 5/16). Mosaic Science: Wherever you are…

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Devex: In Rohingya camps, monsoon threatens hard-won WASH progress (Rogers, 5/15). Devex: Questions raised over private sector accountability on safeguarding (Anders, 5/15). The Guardian: Sudan urged to pardon teenager facing death for killing husband who raped her (Beaumont, 5/14). NPR: What’s Behind The Alarming Spike In HIV Infections In Panama?…

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CIDRAP News: European report warns XDR gonorrhea threatens future treatment (Dall, 5/8). Devex: U.K. aid groups to be asked to report safeguarding spending (Anders, 5/9). Devex: Key takeaways from Australia’s 2018 aid budget (Cornish, 5/8). Devex: Q&A: How UNICEF is mapping South Sudan’s most remote states (Mednick, 5/8). The Guardian:…

Rohingya Refugees Face Ongoing Food Insecurity, Threat From Monsoon Rains

VOA News: Rohingya Refugees Face Malnutrition “…More than 700,000 ethnic Rohingya Muslims arrived in Bangladesh last year from neighboring Myanmar, escaping what the United Nations has called ethnic cleansing by Myanmar’s army, an allegation Myanmar denies. Upon arrival in Bangladesh, many of the refugees were destitute, starving after fleeing army…

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Bloomberg: Kenyan Rains Raise Risk of Large-Scale Disease Outbreak, U.N. Says (Richardson, 5/3). CNN: Deadly floods devastate parts of East Africa (Feingold/Thornton, 5/3). Devex: Flooding displaces hundreds of thousands in East Africa (Jerving, 5/4). Financial Times: Football charities face challenges in teaching South African teens about HIV (Jack, 5/3). The…

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