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Associated Press: Haiti president requests US humanitarian aid amid protests (10/28). Borgen Magazine: Antimalarial Drug Resistance in Southeast Asia (Myers, 10/28). Borgen Magazine: Addressing Food Insecurity in Rwanda (Olk, 10/28). Devex: How did the EU spend on nutrition in 2018? (De Vos, 10/28). Devex: Q&A: SDG Impact director on driving…

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ABC News: PNG’s population is booming, but many women remain under intense pressure to have babies (Whiting, 10/26). CNBC: Can we predict the future? Bill Gates says yes, in this one area (Locke, 10/25). Devex: Q&A: Should Ebola care be integrated into DRC’s public health system? (Root, 10/28). Devex: Tough…

Experts, Lawmakers Call For More Investment In R&D Of New Drugs To Treat Antimicrobial-Resistant Microorganisms

Homeland Preparedness News: Experts, lawmakers call for improved drug pipeline to treat superbugs “Antimicrobial resistant (AMR) microorganisms, also known as superbugs, increasingly threaten every person on Earth, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and national experts. … [T]here’s only a certain amount of antibiotics in the pipeline, which needs…

New Issue Of NIH Fogarty International Center’s ‘Global Health Matters’ Newsletter Available

NIH Fogarty International Center: FIC Global Health Matters The most recent issue of the Fogarty International Center’s newsletter contains various articles addressing global health topics, including pieces on mobile health research in low- and middle-income countries, a project in Madagascar aimed at predicting the spread of zoonotic diseases, and scientific…

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Borgen Magazine: The End Tuberculosis Now Act of 2019 (Gordon, 10/19). Los Angeles Times: Measles making a deadly comeback across Africa (Mahr, 10/20). New Dawn: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s vision for global health (10/17). New York Times: Venezuela’s Water System is Collapsing (Kurmanaev/Herrera, 10/19). NPR: Where You’re Born Even Within A…

Disparities In Child Mortality Persist In 99 LMICs, Even Within Nations, Study Shows

The Telegraph: Children’s lives are ‘cut short’ as countries urged to tackle inequality “Millions of children’s lives are being ‘cut short’ because countries are failing to tackle health inequality, research has found. The study, published in Nature, mapped death rates at the district level in 99 low- and middle-income countries…

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Borgen Magazine: A New XDR Medicine Could Save Lives (Hwang, 10/16). CNBC Africa: Improving health outcomes in Africa (Awoniyi, 10/16). The Guardian: Did a ‘white savior’s’ evangelical zeal take a deadly turn in Uganda? (Mwesigwa/Beaumont, 10/17). Homeland Preparedness News: Scientists decode immune response of Ebola vaccine (Galford, 10/16). Miami Herald:…